Cinderella Prints by Walter Crane (1874)
Cinderella Prints by Walter Crane
(England, 1874)
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These Cinderella prints are from Walter Crane's New Toy Book.   Crane (1845-1915), who established a reputation as a children's illustrator, was one of the earliest contributors to George Routledge's "toy books" which began publication in 1865.  He was one of the first children's illustrators to feature text and pictures together on a page, whereas most other books would interleave picture pages with text pages.

Crane prints are notable for the way each was signed - a Crane (the bird) within a capital letter "C".

It was said of his work "Crane was first and foremost a designer.  His designs were simple and bold and used only bright, unmixed colors."  Edmund Evans was both the engraver and printer for Crane's works.


Price per print: Print Only:  $80
Matting Charge:  $20
Framing & Matting Charge:  $110
Dimensions: Print Only:  7 x 9-1/2 inches
Matted:  12 x 16 inches
Type of print: Original color wood engraving (over 125 years old)
Year: 1874

Click on any image to see an enlargement of the print

Cinderella Print (No. 70580001)
"Yet Cinderella all the time was prettiest"

Cinderella Print (No. 70580002)
"I am your Fairy Godmother, so cry no more"

Cinderella Print (No. 70580003)
"Cinderella, here's your coach"

Cinderella Print (No. 70580006)
"The fatal hour of twelve - she fled so quick"

Cinderella Print (No. 70580007)
"Cinderella from her pocket pulled the shoe"

Cinderella Print (No. 70580008)
"The wedding was most grand"

Walter Crane "Signature"

Walter Crane's "Signature" can be found in the lower corner of his work -
A Crane inside of the letter "C"