Matching Results: Fairies
This fine-art cross stitch design was developed from the illustration, Hana-Saka-Jiji, created by English artist Warwick Goble for Grace Jame’s book, “Green Willow and other Japanese Fairy Tales” published in 1910. Goble particularly enjoyed working with Indian and Japanese themes.
This fine-art cross stitch design, The Six Swans, comes from the beautiful illustration created by English artist, Warwick Goble, for the “Book of Fairy Poetry” by Robert Louis Stevenson. This book was published in 1920. “The queen threw one of the shirts over each of them, and when the shirts touched their bodies, they were changed into swans, and flew away over the wood.”
What a beautiful, graceful illustration this is! This fine-art cross stitch design was developed from the illustration, The Mermaid and the Dragon, created by English artist, Warwick Goble, for the 1920 publication of “Book of Fairy Poetry” by Robert Louis Stevenson. Goble was one of the English artists associated with the Golden Age of Illustration.
This is a fine-art cross stitch design developed from the well-known illustration, Three Spirits Filled with Joy, by English artist Warwick Goble. It was created for the “Book of Fairy Poetry” written by Robert Louis Stevenson and published in 1920. The joy and playfulness of these delightful little fairies certainly is expressed in this illustration.
This advanced fine-art cross stitch design, Fairy Tiffs (also known as The Fairies Have Their Tiffs with the Birds), was developed from an illustration by British book illustrator Arthur Rackham for J.M. Barrie’s book, “Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens.” It was originally part of an earlier work called “The Little White Bird,” but the Peter Pan chapters were extracted and published as a separate work in 1906. Rackham is one of the best known and loved British illustrators of the Golden Age of Book Illustration.
This is an advanced cross-stitch, vintage design of A Peek at the Castle, showing a darling little cherub pulling the curtain back and peeking at the castle.
This is a fine art, advanced cross stitch design of Fairie with Harp. It is a great painting with the blending of beautiful colors. The fairie seems to be enjoying the wonderment of the universe.