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Illustration by Harry Clarke from Selected Poems of Algernon by Charles Swinburne, 1928

Illustration from 'Selected Poems of Algernon Charles Swinburne Clarke' , 1928 reproduction by Harry Clarke

The Snow Queen, illustration for Hans Christian Andersen’s Fairy Tales (1916) by Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889–1931).

The Snow Queen (detail) by Harry Clarke (Irish, for Hans Christian Andersen’s Fairy Tales, 1916

Harry Clarke's 1919 illustrations of Edgar Allan Poe's short stories.  Lushly beautiful and terrifying.

Harry Clarke’s Haunting 1919 Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination

Illustration of Edgar Allan Poe Story by Harry Clarke Book illustrator and Irish stained glass artist Harry Clarke’s illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination: the first.

Harry Clarke's Poe Up Close - 50 Watts

Poe by Harry Clarke. Happy birthday Edgar Allan Poe, born two hundred years ago today. I nearly missed this anniversary after a busy weekend. Rather than add to the mountain of praise for the write.

Baronial maiden of the former Crown nobility, now a royal prisoner of the Asquith.

An entry from smatterings of an aesthetic

Harry Clarke's illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe. 'Zentangle' is just a new name for a much older style of illustration, of which artists like Klimt and Clarke were masters.

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"Doctors are recommending it" - advert illustration by Harry Clarke, for John Jameson & Sons, Whiskey distillers, Dublin,

Harry Clarke's haunting 1919 Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe's Tales of Mystery and Imagination . . . incredible attention to detail

Harry Clarke’s Haunting 1919 Illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination

Harry Clarke‘s 1919 illustrations for Edgar Allan Poe’s Tales of Mystery and Imagination — a collection of 29 of Poe’s tales of the magical and the macabre. Clarke’s illustrations bring his Edwardian-era aesthetic and early Art Nouveau influences to the p

Harry Clarke (Irish, 1889-1931), How Heavenly Fair, 1924-25. Pencil, pen and ink and wash on artist’s card, 28 x 18.5 cm.

Harry Clarke How heavenly Fair, Illustration for Goethe’s ‘Faust’ What is this that I see - how heavenly fair The Form that shines in this enchanted glass! Lend me, Love, thy swift.

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