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Photo of the “Goblin Market” kitchen in Weaver’s Cottage.  A close-up photo of the Spoon Goblin by the American children’s book illustrator Dennis Nolan.

Photo of the “Goblin Market” kitchen in Weaver’s Cottage. A close-up photo of the Spoon Goblin by the American children’s book illustrator Dennis Nolan.

cool 55 Magical Fairy Garden Ideas https://homedecort.com/2017/04/55-magical-fairy-garden-ideas/

55 Magical Fairy Garden Ideas

terriwindling:    Photo 4 of the “Goblin Market” kitchen in Weaver’s Cottage.  My painting of Animal Goblins beneath trees arching over the door into the livingroom. The little Flower Fairy on the right side of the wall is by the American children’s book illustrator Lauren Mills. The Rude Goblin lurking in the corner (lifting his middle finger behind the blue glass candlesticks) is by Toby Froud, who was seven years old when he painted it.

terriwindling: Photo 4 of the “Goblin Market” kitchen in Weaver’s Cottage. My painting of Animal Goblins beneath trees arching over the door into the livingroom. The little Flower Fairy on the right side of the wall is by the American children’s book illustrator Lauren Mills. The Rude Goblin lurking in the corner (lifting his middle finger behind the blue glass candlesticks) is by Toby Froud, who was seven years old when he painted it.

Weaver's Cottage faery artist Terri Windling's old cottage with original paintings by Brian Froud

Terri Windling Kitchen, Weaver’s Cottage Wall Murals: Brian Froud “and others” (I need this in my life)

"Goblin Market - Artist Frank Adams --Written by Christina Rossetti - A Fairy Tale From England (1862)

"Goblin Market - Artist Frank Adams --Written by Christina Rossetti - A Fairy Tale From England

Goblin Market    Frank Craig    Oil on canvas [?]    1911    “Mr. Frank Craig . . . in his Goblin Market, shows invebtive capacities of a very attractive kind.” — The Studio, p. 14    Text and scan by George P. Landow 2007

Goblin Market Frank Craig Oil on canvas [? in his Goblin Market, shows invebtive capacities of a very attractive kind.” — The Studio, p. 14 Text and scan by George P.

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