Tag Archives: Fantasy Art Inspiration
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.
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).