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1. Heinrich Lefler and Joseph Urban
Heinrich Lefler and Joseph Urban
Heinrich Lefler (1863-1919) and Joseph Urban (1872-1933) are Austrian artists associated with the Golden Age of Illustration - they are particularly linked with the Jungendstil movement (the German variant of Art Nouveau). A vintage photography of Heinrich Lefler is shown on the left. Lefler an...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:54:26
2. Arthur Rackham: Illustrations for Classic Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Arthur Rackham: Illustrations for Classic Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Arthur Rackham (1867-1939) is one of the great artists associated with the Golden Age of Illustration. Rackham's capacity to artistically interpret and represent the lore of fairy tales, myths, fables and legend was prodigious and his artwork continues to captivate lovers of art, illustration an...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:54:26
3. Tales from Hans Christian Andersen: 9 Classic Illustrated Tales
Tales from Hans Christian Andersen: 9 Classic Illustrated Tales
The works of Danish author and poet, Hans Christian Andersen, have become fixtures among the fairy tales to which children are exposed worldwide - his works are known to have been translated into 150 different languages. Unsurprisingly, his works - including 'The Ugly Duckling', 'Thumbelina', 'T...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:51:47
4. William Russell Flint: Illustrations for Classic Tales, Myths and Legends
William Russell Flint: Illustrations for Classic Tales, Myths and Legends
William Russell Flint (1880-1969) was a Scottish painter who is associated with the Golden Age of Illustration. He has been referred to as the greatest watercolour artists of his time. Russell Flint was formally trained in art at the Royal Institution School of Art in Edinburgh and served an ap...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:44:45
5. Albrecht Durer's ''Knight, Death and the Devil''
Albrecht Durer's ''Knight, Death and the Devil''
"Knight, Death and the Devil" by Albrecht Durer is one of a trio of engravings now recognized as Masterpieces that were produced by the artists between 1513 and 1514. The other works in that trio are "St Jerome in his Study" and "Melancolia I". The image on the right is a self-portrait of Albre...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:44:47
6. Frank C Pape: Illustrations for Classic Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Frank C Pape: Illustrations for Classic Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Frank C Pape (1878-1972) was an English artist associated with the Golden Age of Illustration. He contributed colour illustrations interpreting fairy tales, myths and legend to many titles in his early career - at that time, his artwork carried many Art Nouveau and Pre-Raphaelite influences. Thi...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:44:41
7. Albrecht Durer's 'Apocalypse'
Albrecht Durer's 'Apocalypse'
Albrecht Durer's suite of illustrations known as "Apocalypse with Pictures" (by way of the English translation of the Latin title) were first published in 1498. For that First Edition, the set of 15 plates was published simultaneously with associated text in Latin and German. Based upon the Bibl...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:25:25
8. Art Nouveau illustrations for Mozart: Heinrich Lefler
Art Nouveau illustrations for Mozart: Heinrich Lefler
Heinrich Lefler (1863-1919) is an Austrian artists associated with the Golden Age of Illustration and he is recognized as a leading figure in the Jungendstil movement - the German variant of Art Nouveau. He co-founded the Hagenbund - an exhibiting society similar to the Secessionists - with his ...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:42:50
9. Warwick Goble: Illustrations for Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Warwick Goble: Illustrations for Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Warwick Goble (1862-1943) was among the English artists associated with the Golden Age of Illustration. He took training in London and focused on watercolours as a medium - being first employed by a printer specialising in chromolithography . Later, he was retained by the publishing firm of Macm...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:44:45
10. Dugald Walker: Illustrations for Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Dugald Walker: Illustrations for Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Dugald S (Stewart) Walker (1883-1937) was an American artist associated with the Golden Age of Illustration. He was a painter noted for his lyrical depiction of scenes and human form influenced by Art Nouveau and Impressionism. His first comprehensive suite of illustrations appeared in "Stories ...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:44:37
11. A Brief History of the Illustrated Book in the West
A Brief History of the Illustrated Book in the West
At the current point in history, the relationship between text and illustrations - or illustrative images - is nigh on ubiquitous. Within the Western tradition at least, illustrations adorn all manner of publications including scriptures, fairy tales, fiction, historical works and newspapers. The...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:54:26
12. Ida Rentoul Outhwaite: Illustrating the Fairy Realm
Ida Rentoul Outhwaite: Illustrating the Fairy Realm
Ida Rentoul Outhwaite (1888-1960) was among the first Australian illustrators to achieve international fame - and her fame was deserved with wonderfully whimsical fairy and fairy tale images (her fairies are often to be found playing with kookaburras, koalas and kangaroos). Rentoul Outhwaite's f...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:44:42
13. Scheherazade's "Arabian Nights": Classic Golden Age Illustrations
Scheherazade's
The famed tales of Scheherazade - known as "One Thousand and One Nights" in traditional form - is widely recognised as "The Arabian Nights" to the English-speaking world as a consequence of the title provided to the first English translation published in 1706, "The Arabian Nights' Entertainment"....
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:44:37
14. Edmund Dulac: Illustrations for Classic Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Edmund Dulac: Illustrations for Classic Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Edmund Dulac (1882-1953) is one of the great artists associated with the Golden Age of Illustration. Dulac displayed an artistic interest from an early age, with his favourite medium - watercolours - being established in his teenage years. Typically, Dulac's early illustrations for fairy tales f...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:42:47
15. Trolls, Elves and Imps: Classic Golden Age Illustrations
Trolls, Elves and Imps: Classic Golden Age Illustrations
Trolls, Elves and Imps - and other fantasy folkloric creatures, such as Ogres, Dwarfs, Goblins and Leprechauns - inhabit legendary tales and are, on occasions, central characters (one such example from modern tales, of course, is Shrek). Trolls come to us from Norse mythology and the term is der...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:51:46
16. Myths, Legends and Folklore: A picture speaks a thousand words
Myths, Legends and Folklore: A picture speaks a thousand words
Myths, legends and folklore are intrinsic elements of society. The tales that we are raised with contribute to our construction of individual and collective identity - and this is a process that continues throughout our lives. When these tales are illustrated with evocative and stirring images, ...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:44:49
17. Top Quality Home Theater on a Budget (July 2013)
Top Quality Home Theater on a Budget (July 2013)
A fantastic home theater set-up does not have to cost the earth (or even an arm and a leg). With the prices of electronics at an all-time low and access to quality, guaranteed items being as close as the 'click' of a computer mouse (and the use of a credit card), the components of a brilliant ho...
Computers & Electronics - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 20:21:55
18. Rene Bull: Classic Golden Age Illustrations
Rene Bull: Classic Golden Age Illustrations
Rene Bull (1872-1942) is considered among the artists associated with what has been termed the Golden Age of Illustration. Born in Dublin, Bull embarked on what was to be a varied artistic career after meeting the French satirist and political cartoonist Caran d'Ache (the pseudonym of Emmanuel P...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:51:46
19. Jean de Bosschere: Illustrations for Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Jean de Bosschere: Illustrations for Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Jean de Bosschere (1878-1953) was a Belgian artist associated with the Golden Age of Illustration. His influences included traditional Flemish Schools, in addition to the Art Nouveau and Jugendstil movements. Much of his artwork for book illustrations was dedicated to interpreting classic and mod...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:51:47
20. Dragons: Classic Golden Age Illustrations
Dragons: Classic Golden Age Illustrations
Dragons - giant fearsome scaled fire breathing beasts - can there be a more terrifying, or inspiring, fantasy creature to stir the artistic temperament? As folktales from many traditions, including those from the East and West, have incorporated concept of Dragons, illustrators from the Golden A...
Culture & Society - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:44:37
21. ''Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'' (1907): A Classic Illustrated by Arthur Rackham
''Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'' (1907): A Classic Illustrated by Arthur Rackham
"Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" was penned by Rev Charles Lutwidge Dodgson - also known as Lewis Carroll - in 1863. The tale arose from a story Dodgson had improvised during a row up the Thames with his colleague, Rev Robinson Duckworth, and three little girls, the Liddell sisters: Lorina Cha...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:44:38
22. "The Night Before Christmas" (1931): A Classic Illustrated by Arthur Rackham
"The Night Before Christmas" (1931) was a version of the classic poem attributed to Clement Moore, "A Visit from St Nicholas" accompanied by a suite of illustrations from Arthur Rackham. On the left, we show an example of the illustrated Dust Jacket accompanying that First Edition illustrated by...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:54:31
23. Albrecht Durer's "The Triumphal Chariot of Maximilian I"
Albrecht Durer's
Albrecht Durer (1471-1528) is justifiably regarded as the greatest German Renaissance artist, for, as a young Goethe claimed, Durer "when one has learnt to know him thoroughly, has not rival but the first men of the Italian school in truth, in sublimity and even in grace". During his lifetime, h...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:44:37
24. Harry Clarke: Illustrations for Classic Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Harry Clarke: Illustrations for Classic Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Harry Clarke (1889-1931) was a leading figure in the Irish Arts and Crafts movement and is best known for his stained glass designs and book illustrations. In respect of his book illustrations, he is one of the artists associated with the Golden Age of Illustration. The image to the left show a ...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:42:50
25. Kay Nielsen: Illustrations for Classic Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Kay Nielsen: Illustrations for Classic Fairy Tales, Myths and Legends
Kay Nielsen (1886-1957) is considered by many to be among the leading artists associated with the Golden Age of Illustration. Nielsen was raised in family whose patriarch was Professor Martinius Nielsen (an actor in his youth who became the leading and managing director of the Dagmartheater in C...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:42:50
26. Vernon Hill: 3 Classic Illustrated Gothic Art Nouveau Books
Vernon Hill: 3 Classic Illustrated Gothic Art Nouveau Books
Vernon Hill (1887-1953) is among the illustrators associated with the Golden Age of Illustration - and is particularly associated with the relatively obscure Art Nouveau Gothic movement. This illustration is one of his most well-known, "Sweeping Flame". Hill undertook formal training in print-m...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:44:37
27. Hans Holbein's ''Dance of Death''
Hans Holbein's ''Dance of Death''
Hans Holbein the Younger (1498-1543) - he is called "the Younger" to distinguish him from his father, Hans Holbein the Elder, a painter of the Late Gothic School - worked in what has been termed the Northern Renaissance Style, producing prints and paintings throughout his career. The image to th...
Arts & Design - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 17:42:50

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