|Description||English: Silhouette by Fritz Erler|
|Source||Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration (https://archive.org/details/deutschekunstund01kochuoft/page/92/mode/2up?view=theater)|
|Description||English: Title-page vignette from a book of old ballads|
|Source||Old Ballads, Historical and Narrative (https://archive.org/details/oldballadshistor02evanuoft/page/n7/mode/2up)|
|Description||English: Frame with harp-playing angel, from the title page of a book printed in 1903|
|Source||The Romance of Nausicaa (https://archive.org/details/romanceofnausica00dolerich/page/n11/mode/2up)|
|Description||English: “Emerald” by E. T. Parris, from Gems of Beauty|
|Source||Gems of Beauty (https://archive.org/details/GemsOfBeautyDisplayedInASeriesOfTwelveHighlyFinishedEngravingsFrom/parris-e-gems-1836-RTL003048/page/n23/mode/2up)|
|Author||Edmund Thomas Parris|
From The American Book of Beauty, 1845.
From The Snow Flake, 1851.
From L’Art et l’idée, 1892. —It is notoriously difficult to play a rude harp while tripping along to the latest Druidic dance step, but then it would probably be even harder to play a modern symphonic harp.
English: La Muse druidique (The Druidic Muse), from a watercolor by Eugène Grasset
Français : La Muse druidique, « Aquarelle inédite de E. Grasset »
|Source||l”Art et l’idée (https://archive.org/stream/lartetlideseri02uzan#page/n224/mode/1up)|