Dulac illustration for The Tempest

Edmund Dulac

♒ Mermaids Among Us ♒ art photography paintings of sea sirens water maidens - Edmund Dulac mermaids

The Queen of Sheba ~ Edmund Dulac

Edmond Dulac

I do adore Edmund Dulac. - mm The Queen of Sheba - Women of Myth and Legend; illustration by Edmund Dulac for a poem by Andrew Dumas, Christmas 1911

Prospero. 'What sees thou else in the dark backward and abysm of time?'    The Tempest, act I, scene ii.

What sees thou else in the dark backward and abysm of time The Tempest Edmund Dulac illustration

Edmund Dulac - "The Wind's Tale: I used to meet her in the garden" [1911].

"I Used to Meet Her in the Garden" by Edmund Dulac, illustration for "The Wind's Tale" by Hans Christian Andersen.

Edmund Dulac - the world's best fairy tale illustrator - The Nightengale

“The Nightingale“ in “Stories from Hans Andersen” by Hans Christian Andersen with illustrations by Edmund Dulac, London, Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd., Edmund Dulac was born October

Edmund Dulac - "At the mere sight of the bright liquid ... they drew back in terror." Ilustration from "The Mermaid" 1911 Edition of “Stories from Hans Andersen”

"At the mere sight of the bright liquid.they drew back in terror.": illustration from 'The Mermaid', 1911 edition of 'Stories from Hans Andersen' (artwork by Edmund Dulac)

Silence, Edmund Dulac.  Again, the divine feminine voice as symbolized by the harp is silenced.  Is she bereft or dead?

The bells and other poems’ by Edgar Allan Poe; with illustrations by Edmund Dulac. Published 1912 by Hodder and Stoughton