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An illustration for Tennyson by Golden Age illustrator Florence Harrison (1878-1955).

Symbol, allegory, and dream: the art of Florence Susan Harrison

Emma Florence Harrison, illustration for Christina Rossetti's "The Queen of Hearts".  Those long black curls!!

"The Queen Of Hearts" Written by Christina Rossetti - Art by Emma Florence Harrison - A Poem/Tale From England

’He stood up like a royal man and claimed her for his bride’ illustration by Florence Harrison (1877–1955) for ‘PoemsR...

My father gave me a necklace, when I was young, that reminds me of this.Emma Florence Harrison "Maiden Song" Date: circa 1910

Emma Florence Harrison, "A Peal of Bells", oil on canvas

Florence Susan Harrison (British painter) 1877 - 1955 A Peal of Bells, ca. 1910 'Strike the bells wantonly. Tinkle tinkle well' watercolour Illustration to the poem 'A Peal of Bells' from: Poems by Christina Rossetti.

The Snow Queen

'The Snow Queen' - Illustration by Debra McFarlane from 'The Pink Fairy Book', edited by Andrew Lang. Published by The Folio Society Etching and Aquatint

Arthur Rackham Biography: Rackham (1867 - 1939) was one of the most celebrated artists of the Golden Age of Illustration; an artist who still delights...

Arthur Rackham Biography: Rackham (1867 - 1939) was one of the most celebrated artists of the Golden Age of Illustration; an artist who still delights...

Christina Rossetti, Poems (1910) Illustrations by Florence Harrison

Florence Susan Harrison - This illustration is from Poems of Christina Rossetti.a wonderful book filled with illustrations by this talented artist.