Fairies in Victorian Art

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Antique Collectors' Club, 2000 - Art - 192 pages
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This volume presents a fascinating world of fantasy, magic and the supernatural written by England's leading expert on Victorian art. It looks at the Victorian fascination with fairies as seen through their paintings by artists such as Richard Dadd, Richard Doyle and John Simmons.

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FAIRIES IN VICTORIAN PAINTING

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At first glance, it would seem that the depiction of airies in art was a relatively minor aspect of Victorian culture. But this book demonstrates the diverse ways in which fairies could be expressed ... Read full review

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This book is full of beautiful pictures of fairies. It features work by John Anster Fitzgerald, Sir Joseph Noel Paton, Edward Robert Hughes, William Blake and many others. It is a wonderful collection of images, created by people with incredible artistic vision! Read full review

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John Anster Fitzgerald
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CHAPTER
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CHAPTER THREE
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