Edmund Dulac (1882 – 1953) was a French magazine illustrator, book illustrator and stamp designer. For full biographical notes on Dulac see part 1. For earlier works see parts 1 - 5 also.
This is part 6 of a 7-part post on the works of Edmund Dulac:
1918 Tanglewood Talesby Nathaniel Hawthorne:
|Jason appointed Tiphys to be helmsman because he was a star-gazer.
|She shook her hands over the multitude below.
Just as Theseus was going on board his father bethought himself of one last word to say.
|'Then follow me,' said Ariadne
|So now the battle was ended.
|He scampered across the sand and plunged right in among the foaming billows.
|They were constantly at war with the Cranes.
|Drawing his sword he rushed at the monster.
|Yet it was not so sweet as the song of the Syrens.
|They made haste to wallow down on all fours.
On went the chariot, and King Pluto seemed greatly pleased to find himself once more in his own kingdom.
|But neither could Pan tell her what had become of Proserpina.
|The good Chiron taught his pupils how to play upon the harp.
|He caught one of them by the horn and the other by his screwed-up tail.
1920 The Kingdom of the Pearl:
|Birth of the Pearl
|The Pearl of Love
|The Pearl of the Bamboo
|The Pearl of the Boar
|05 The Pearl of the Cloud
|The Pearl of the Elephant
|The Pearl of the Fish
|The Pearl of the Serpent
|The Pearl of the Warrior
|The Talisman Pearl
1921 Four Plays for Dancers by W. B. Yeats:
|The Guardian of the Well in "At the Hawk's Well."
|Design for Black Cloth used in "At the Hawk's Well."
|Musician in "At the Hawk's Well."
|Old Man in "At the Hawk's Well."
|Young Man in "At the Hawk's Well."
1926 Scenes from Biblical History:
|David and Goliath
|Moses in the Bulrushes
|The Birth of Eve
|The Death of Samson
|The Fall of Jericho
|The Judgement of Solomon
1927 Treasure Island:
|Black Dog disappears
|Man of the Island
|Boat's last trip
|Black Spot again
1928 The Tower by W. B. Yeats first edition cover:
1933 Cover of American Weekly 'Myths the Ancients Believed - Glaucus and Scylla':