Tag Archives: Horses

Pegasus by Adolfo de Carolis

DescriptionEnglish: Decoration by Adolfo de Carolis for Francesca da Rimini by Gabriele d’Annunzio
SourceFrancesca da Rimini (https://archive.org/details/francescadarimin02dann/page/n7/mode/2up)
AuthorAdolfo de Carolis
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You can have it with or without the inscription “Alata propago Medusae,” which means “Winged offspring of Medusa,” Pegasus having been born from the blood of Medusa. These scalable illustrations can be used at any size.

Neptune’s Horses, by Walter Crane

DescriptionEnglish: Neptune’s Horses by Walter Crane: “First sketch for the picture exhibited at the Royal Water Colour Society in 1892 & the New Gallery in 1893 & now in the collection of Herr Ernst Seeger, Berlin.”
Source“The Work of Walter Crane” in The Art Journal (https://archive.org/details/gri_33125012663791/mode/2up)
AuthorWalter Crane

The Bailiff’s Daughter, by Alice Havers

DescriptionEnglish: “The Bailiff’s Daughter,” by Alice Havers
SourceThe Pall Mall Magazine (https://archive.org/details/pallmallmagazine12lond/page/n5/mode/2up)
AuthorAlice Havers

The date 1897 is the date this picture was reproduced as the frontispiece to the Pall Mall Magazine. Havers died in 1890, so the original date of painting is earlier.