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Two cherubim (?) in a garden pointing to the sky from where an angel looks down on the busy gardeners. Etching by J. Miller after himself.Miller, J. (Engraver)Reference: 26661i
A philological essay concerning the pygmies of the ancients / by Edward Tyson ; now edited, with an introduction treating of pygmy races and fairy tales, by Bertram C.A. Windle.Tyson, Edward, 1650-1708Date: 1894
An episode in The merry wives of Windsor: Sir John Falstaff is invited to a tryst in Windsor Forest at night, dressed in bizarre clothing: he is attacked by children dressed as fairies and by the merry wives. Stipple engraving by I. Taylor, 1795, after R. Smirke.Smirke, Robert, 1752-1845Date: Reference: 3162264i
Three fairies in a garden looking at the plants; representing botany. Stipple engraving by J. Chapman after R. Corbould.Corbould, Richard, 1757-1831Reference: 25670i
A crowned fairy king seated on a hedgehog drawn by a girl holding a giant daisy, accompanied by dancing fairies. Watercolour by C.A. Doyle.Doyle, Charles AltamontDate: 1800-1899Reference: 33686i