Category Archives: Fantasy Art Inspiration
Happy Holidays! Here is Arthur Rackham’s rendition of Santa–thinner, more dignified and less jolly than our modern version. I’m particularly fond of his curled boots. I haven’t been writing, reading or updating this blog that much lately. I’ve been busy … Continue reading
Happy Halloween! Here is an illustration by Arthur Rackham of Lizzie in Christina Rossetti’s “Goblin Market”:
This month’s selection is quite famous and one of my all time favorites. An aside: I can’t think of The Lady of Shalott without thinking of Anne Shirley capsizing her boat in an effort to recreate Tennyson’s lovely poem.
This month’s selection is an illustration from “A Wind’s Tale” by Hans Christian Anderson. I’m wishing I had time to pick wildflowers this June.
Once a month, I post a favorite fantasy painting or drawing. I chose this month’s selection with Mother’s Day in mind. Is the young woman discovering the baby in the shell, or is she laying her own child down for … Continue reading
This month’s fantasy art selection is an illustration by Warwick Goble to “The Woodcutter’s Daughter.” Happy Spring!
Once a month, I post a favorite fantasy painting or drawing. Let me know if you would like me to feature your artwork in a future month! I will always give you credit for your work. This month I’m featuring … Continue reading
This month’s illustration, by Anne Anderson, was published in Old, Old Fairy Tales (1935).