Even though he spend quite a bit of his life in the 20th century and not the 19th, Arthur Rackham is in his works so Victorian that he definately belongs here.
Arthur Rackham was an English book illustrator and painter living from 1867 till 1939. I saw his works in the 1905 book Rip van Winkle but he also illustrated books like “Alice in Wonderland,” “Peter Pan,” Fairytales of the brothers Grimm, and he also illustrated books for adult readers, for example “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and short stories by Edgar Allen Poe. Already during his lifetime Rackham won various gold medals for his work and was included in numerous exhibitions.
At the wedding
A young man presenting a bouquet to a girl standing in the drawing room
Illustration for fairytales by Hans Andersen
Illustration for Rip van Winkle.
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