An illustration (1916) by Frank C. Papé from The Russian Story Book

Illustration (1916) by Frank C. Papé (1878-1972) from The Russian Story Book

An extraordinary illustration (1916) by Frank C. Papé (1878-1972) from The Russian Story Book [author, Richard Wilson]

A book that might be classified under the fairy tale/folklore heading. I won’t try and guess exactly what is going on – but those birds look hungry.

Some of the books that had a heavy contribution from Frank Papé.

  • The Gateway to Spenser – Stories from the Faërie Queen (1910);
  • The Pilgrim’s Progress (1910);
  • The Golden Fairy Book (1911);
  • The Ruby Fairy Book (1911);
  • The Diamond Fairy Book (1911);
  • Sigurd and Gudrun (1912);
  • Siegfried and Kriemhild (1912);
  • The Book of Psalms (1912);
  • As It Is In Heaven (1912);
  • The Story Without an End (1913);
  • Robin Hood and Other Stories of Yorkshire (1915); and
  • The Russian Story Book (1916).

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