Tag: Charles & William Heath Robinson

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thumbnail William Heath Robinson – The most beautiful sight he had ever seen. (Old Time Stories by Charles Perrault) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
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thumbnail William Heath Robinson – Every evening the beast paid her a visit. (Old Time Stories by Charles Perrault) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
4502 x 5965 px
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thumbnail Charles Robinson – I will be true, despite thy scythe and thee (The Songs and Sonnets of William Shakespeare) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
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thumbnail Charles Robinson – On a day – alack the day! – Love, whose month is ever May, Spied a blossom passing fair. Playing in the wanton air: (The Songs and Sonnets of William Shakespeare) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
4534 x 5965 px
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thumbnail Charles Robinson – In the court of love. (The Songs and Sonnets of William Shakespeare) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
4126 x 5917 px
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thumbnail William Heath Robinson – Bottom. “Why do they turn away? This is knavery of them to make me afeared.” (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
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thumbnail William Heath Robinson – Fairy. “She never had so sweet a changeling.” (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
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thumbnail William Heath Robinson – Hippolyta. “Four days will quickly steep themselves in night.” (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
4510 x 5973 px
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thumbnail William Heath Robinson – Overon. “And make him with fair aegle break his faith.” (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
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thumbnail Charles Robinson – “Let the fireworks begin,” said the King. (The Remarkable Rocket) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
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thumbnail Charles Robinson – Frontispiece of the King of the Mountains of the Moon. [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
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thumbnail Charles Robinson – Hans in his garden. (The Devoted Friend) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
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thumbnail Charles Robinson – She felt herself changing. (Margaret’s Book) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
3910 x 5965 px
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thumbnail Charles Robinson – There was a lovely fairy in the air, just in front of… (Margaret’s Book) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
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thumbnail Charles Robinson – He said, “I am surprised, I expect it’s a party; it’s lucky I woke.” (Margaret’s Book) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
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thumbnail Charles Robinson – I Don’t Think Your Name Can be Margaret said Perch You Don’t Look Like Margaret (Margaret’s Book) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
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thumbnail Charles Robinson – He folded his arms and leaned forward till his eyes looked into John’s (Margaret’s Book) [from The Fantastic Paintings of Charles & William Heath Robinson]
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