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Sleeping Beauty -- Charles Robinson -- Fairytale Illustration

She fell into a swoon. From “Tales of Passed Times” illustrated by Charles Robinson

Tales of Passed Times Told by Master Charles Perrault illustrated by Charles Robinson (1900)

Tales of Passed Times Told by Master Charles Perrault illustrated by Charles Robinson

Tales of Passed Times Told by Master Charles Perrault illustrated by Charles Robinson (1900)

Tales of Passed Times Told by Master Charles Perrault illustrated by Charles Robinson

Tales of Passed Times Told by Master Charles Perrault illustrated by Charles Robinson (1900)

Tales of Passed Times Told by Master Charles Perrault illustrated by Charles Robinson

Goose Girl - The Big Book of Fairy Tales, edited by Walter Jerrold, 1911

Goose Girl - The Big Book of Fairy Tales, edited by Walter Jerrold, 1911

'Puss in Boots' - Tales of temps passés, Charles Robinson 1900.

Tales of Passed Times Told by Master Charles Perrault illustrated by Charles Robinson

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Illustration from “The Snow Queen” in “Fairy Tales from Hans Christian Andersen” illustrated by Thomas, Charles and William Robinson. Published in

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Page 38 Decoration. 1 "The Happy Prince." Charles Robinson Illustrations: The Happy Prince

'Siegfried : a romance founded on Wagner's operas, Rheingold, Siegfried and Gotterdämmerung' by S. Baring-Gould; illustrated by Charles Robinson. Published 1904 by Dean & Son, London.

Siegfried : a romance founded on Wagner's operas, Rheingold, Siegfried and Gotterdämmerung' by S. illustrated by Charles Robinson. Published 1904 by Dean & Son, London

These illustrations came from:    Rhys, Ernest. Fairy Gold: A Book of Old English Fairy Tales. Herbert Cole, illustrator. London: J. M. Dent & Sons, [1906].

'Pon a hill a green bird sat Her owlets in a green felt hat Her fortune was a wish.

Illustration by Charles Robinson - Thumbelina flies south on the back of the swallow (Illustration from The Big Book of Fairy Tales; Jerrold, Walter, editor; Charles Robinson, illustrator. London: Blackie & Son, [1911].)

Illustration by Charles Robinson - Thumbelina flies south on the back of the swallow (Illustration from The Big Book of Fairy Tales;

A French writer Charles Perrault writes Le Petit Chaperon rouge in 1697. People said that this verison was to warn young ladies about "the bad wolf". People say that the color red symbolized becoming a women, while others say that this meant prostitution. When the wolf eats Red, they think its true meaning is getting raped. In this version there is no hero.

Tales of Passed Times Told by Master Charles Perrault illustrated by Charles Robinson

The moon, in an illustration by Charles Robinson for "What the Moon Saw," by Hans Christian Andersen, in Fairy Tales, translated by Mrs. E. Lucas, 1903.

The moon, in an illustration by Charles Robinson for What the Moon Saw, by Hans Christian Andersen.

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