|The Wind's Tale: I Used to Meet Her in the Garden by Edmund Dulac|
The Wind's Tale: I Used to Meet Her in the Garden by Edmund Dulac. This print is of one of his many illustrations for Hans Christian Anderson's stories. I think it's the book art style that appeals to me. Plus, I'd like to wear a dress like that and wander around in the wind outside of a castle. This print is $76 from Artsy Craftsy, which has a great selection of products. It's dangerous to start looking around on the site.
Case in point is my next print; Hanging the Moon and Stars by Arthur Rackham.
|Hanging the Moon and Stars by Arthur Rackham|
This was apparently inspired by the short story Rip Van Winkle by Washington Irving. I haven't read it and I may now have to. This picture manages to be sweet yet slightly disturbing, which may be why I like it! I love the idea of hanging the moon and stars up.
Most of my choices are from or inspired by books, the next one's no exception.
|Kicking Leaves by Shirley Hughes|
Finally, I came across this next print on Etsy.
|Stepping into Woodland Light by EarthsWhisper|
Stepping into Woodland Light comes from Etsy shop EarthsWhisper. At £388.51 it's much too expensive for me but I can still admire it. I love the dappling of light and the green shades.
That's it for this week.
Have a happy Friday.