'Flowers Fantastic flowers, far more lovely than any of the old earth' Black and�

Black and white illustration by Harry Clarke for Edgar Allen Poe's Colloquy of Monos and Una

Illustrations by Harry Clarke for a 1925 edition of Goethe's Faust

Illustrations by Harry Clarke for a 1925 edition of Goethe's Faust:

The Fairy Tales of Perrault, 1922, with pictures by Ireland's Harry Clarke (1889–1931).

In Harrap published The Fairy Tales of Perrault with pictures by Ireland’s Illustration God Harry Clarke While not as frightening as Clarke’s Faust, Poe,.

Google Image Result for http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-c-pqBDddfTY/Twn6Siu9HsI/AAAAAAAAAR0/eFMQ2Xrm0Z8/s1600/Harry-Clarke-Poe-Tales-of-Mystery-and-Imagination-24_900.jpeg

Harry Clarke, Illustration for “Landor’s Cottage” from Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination, 1923

Harry Clarke, The Fairy Tales of Perrault (Ireland, 1922)

Donkey-skin - from The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault / translated by Robert Samber and J. Mansion, illustrated by Harry Clarke

Harry Clarke (Ireland 1189-1931)-Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales-The Wild Swan

The Wild Swan - Harry Clarke Illustration for "The Fairytales of Hans Christian Andersen", 1916

Ilustraciones de Harry Clarke para la edición ilustrada del Fausto de Goethe de 1926

Harry Clarke’s 1926 Illustrations of Goethe’s Faust: Art That Inspired the Psychedelic

1923: Tales of Mystery and Imagination by Poe, illustrated by Harry Clarke

Harry Clarke’s illustration for Edger Allen Poe’s “The Fall of The House of Usher”

Harry Clarke was a Irish illustrator and stained glass artist, active in the early 20th Century, in the latter part of the Golden Age of Illustration.

Harry Clarke was a Irish illustrator and stained glass artist, active in the early Century, in the latter part of the Golden Age of Illustration. He explores a strong figure against a strong ground with line work

Pinterest
Search