Donkey-Skin by Charles Perraut, illustrated by Gustave Dore, Harry Clarke, and others

  Donkey Skin (French: Peau d’Âne) is a French literary fairytale written in verse by Charles Perrault. It was first published in 1695 in a small volume and republished in 1697 in Perrault’s Histoires ou contes du temps passé. It’s an unsettling tale of a King who wanted to marry his daughter, after his wife’s … Continue reading Donkey-Skin by Charles Perraut, illustrated by Gustave Dore, Harry Clarke, and others

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Harry Clarke’s Looking Glass | The Public Domain Review

  With their intricate line and often ghoulish tone, the works of Irish artist Harry Clarke are amongst the most striking in the history of illustration and stained glass design. Kelly Sullivan explores how, unknown to many at the time, Clarke took to including his own face in many of his pictures.       … Continue reading Harry Clarke’s Looking Glass | The Public Domain Review