The Dictionnaire Infernal Volume IV
written by Jacques Auguste Simon Collin de Plancy and first published in 1818. There were several editions of the book, but perhaps the most famous is the edition of 1863, in which sixty-nine illustrations by Louis Le Breton were added to the book.
Beethoven’s Room, Johann Nepomuk Hoechle, 1827
Wash on paper, 258 x 210 mm Museen der Stadt, Vienna
’Bilderbuch für Kinder’, 1790-1830, Fabelwesen 2, 1806 A Picture Book for Children, Mythical Creatures
Napoleon Bonaparte - Autorenportrait für MSB
Notre-Dame de Paris.
William T. Horton, from A book of images, introduced by W. B. Yeats, London, 1898.
Henry Justice Ford
Illustration 1 of The Red Book of Animal Stories by Andrew Lang
The Melancholic Face
From Our Temperaments: Their Study and Their Teaching, 1887
I dreamt it!
From Puck on Pegasus, by Henry Cholmondeley-Pennell, illustrated by John Leech, John Tenniel et al, London, 1868.
Gustave Moreau (1826-1898)
Une Peri, 1865