Crane, Walter

Walter Crane

1845 - 1915


Artwork
Arthur Draws the Sword from the StoneBeaumains Wins the Fight at the FordCock -a-doodle-doo! Our dirty girl has come home too!.The Death of Sir LancelotThe Death-Journey of the Lily Maid of AstolatFaithful JohnThe Fight in the Queen's Ante-ChamberThe Frog Prince and the golden ball.Frontispiece of The Sleeping Beauty.The headpiece of Aschenputtel.Headpiece of Faithful John.Headpiece of Little Red Cap.The headpiece of Mother Hulda.The headpiece of Prudent Hans.Headpiece of The Frog Prince.Headpiece of The Goose Girl.Justice revealed in the tailpiece.The King and Faithful John.King Arthur Asks the Lady of the Lake for the Sword ExcaliburLooking glass upon the wall, who is the fairest of us all?.The maiden at her mother's grave.The maiden grew up, adorned with all the gifts of the wise women.Many king's sons had sought to pass the thorn-hedge, but had been caught and pierced by the thorns, and had died a miserable death.Mother HuldaOh that I had a child as white as snow, as red as blood, and as black as the wood of the embroidery frame!.Oh, shake me, shake me, we apples are all of us ripe.Perceval Obtains the Shield of the Beating HeartThe prince thought it must be a wheel breaking . . . Prudent Hans casting sheep's eyes at Gretel.Prudent Hans, who listened well to his mother.Queen thou art of beauty rare, but Snow White living in the glen, with the seven little men, is a thousand times more fair.Sir Bedevere Casts the Sword Excalibur into the LakeSir Galahad is Brought to the Court of King ArthurSir Geraint and the Lady Enid in the Deserted Roman TownSir Lancelot Forbids Sir Bors to Slay the KingSir Lancelot in the Chapel PerilousSir Owen Greets the Lady of the FountainSome cakes and a flask of wine for Red Cap to take to grandmother.Then she sat down on a stool, drew her foot out of the heavy wooden shoe, and slipped it into the golden one, which fitted it perfectly.Then the wolf, having satisfied his hunger, lay down again in the bed.The three ravens of Faithful John.Title page of Household Stories.When it was quite dark, the masters of the house came home.The Witch Gives Advice as to Sir Tristram's WoundYoung Owen Appeals to the KingYoung Perceval Questions Sir Owen

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