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They may be just what makes the world go round. “The Water-Babies” (1915) illustrated by William Heath Robinson

“The Water-Babies” illustrated by William Heath Robinson

There were trees … and a large pool with an old grey fountain ... Illustration by Charles Robinson from “The Secret Garden” (1911)

and a large pool with an old grey fountain in its midst." Another Robinson illustration for "The Secret Garden”

of the poems of Edgar Allan Poe from 1900 was illustrated by William Heath Robinson (1872–1944), an artist whose later cartoons of quirky inventions have completely overshadowed his earlier books and the work of his equally talented older brother, Charles.

of the poems of Edgar Allan Poe from 1900 was illustrated by William Heath Robinson an artist whose later cartoons of quirky inventions have completely overshadowed his earlier books and the work of his equally talented older brother, Charles.

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William Heath Robinson ‘The Conqueror Worm’, “The Poems of Edgar Allan Poe”, 1900 Source

William Heath Robinson

William Heath Robinson

Heath Robinson 1872 ~ 1944 Old-Time Stories by Charles Perrault Published by Dodd Mead & Co ~ 1921

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Then he saw lizards. “The Water-Babies” illustrated by William Heath Robinson

William Heath Robinson

William Heath Robinson

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Pen Art, Illustrations Posters, Heath Robinson, Illustration Art, Doodles, Night, Fairytail, Short Stories, Illustrations And Posters

William Heath Robinson

Another folio of some of William Heath Robinson's finest work. Flying between the cold moon and the earth, Cupid all arm'd.

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