Children's Prints - Edmund Dulac's Picture Book (c. 1916)
Children's Prints
by Edmund Dulac
(England, c. 1916)
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These exquisite prints are based on illustrations by Edmund Dulac (1882-1953).   Dulac, one of the best known European artists of children's fairy tales, was born in Toulouse, France and left for London in 1904.

An interesting facet of these prints is they came from a Picture Book of fairy tales and children's songs that Dulac illustrated around 1916.  The proceeds from their sale went exclusively to benefit the London chapter of the French Red Cross (Croix Rouge Franšaise) during World War I.


Price per print: Print Only:  As shown
Matting Charge:  $20
Framing & Matting Charge:  $110
Dimensions: Print Only:  7 x 9 inches
Matted:  12 x 16 inches
Type of print: Original color print
Year: c. 1916

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French Red Cross (No. 70430001)
Jusef and Asenath -
A Love Story of Egypt
French Red Cross (No. 70430002)
Story of the Bird Feng -
A Fairy Tale from China

French Red Cross (No. 70430003)
Young Rousselle -
A French Song of Olden Time

French Red Cross (No. 70430004)
Layla and Majnun -
A Persian Love Story

French Red Cross (No. 70430005)
Layla and Majnun -
A Persian Love Story


French Red Cross (No. 70430006)
Layla and Majnun -
A Persian Love Story

French Red Cross (No. 70430007)
Three Kings of Orient

French Red Cross (No. 70430008)
Sinbad the Sailor

French Red Cross (No. 70430009)
The Little Seamstress

French Red Cross (No. 70430010)
My Lisette -
An Old French Song

French Red Cross (No. 70430011)

French Red Cross (No. 70430012)
The Chilly Lover -
A Song from the French
French Red Cross (No. 70430013)
The Story of Aucassin
and Nicolette
French Red Cross (No. 70430014)
The Black Dog of Hades

French Red Cross (No. 70430015)
The Lady Bodoura