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Gladiators fighting wild animals in Pompeii ampitheatre Featured 16 Apr 2019 Image

Gladiators fighting wild animals in Pompeii ampitheatre

Interior of Pompeii ampitheatre during the Games. Naked gladiators battle wild animals, bulls, boars and tigers in the arena as part of a Venatio. Chromolithograph by Dietrich after an illustration by G. Cel from Antonio Niccolini's Pompeii: Views and Restorations (Pompeii: Essaies et Restaurations), published by Fausto Niccolini, Naples, 1898. Antonio was grandson of the architect Antonio Niccolini Sr. Interior of Pompeii ampitheatre during the Games. Naked gladiators battle wild animals, bulls, boars and tigers in the arena as part of a Venatio. Chromolithograph by Dietrich after an illustration by G. Cel from Antonio Niccolini's Pompeii: Views and Restorations (Pompeii: Essaies et Restaurations), published by Fausto Niccolini, Naples, 1898. Antonio was grandson of the architect Antonio Niccolini Sr. Date

© Florilegius/Mary Evans

The Dream Pedlar - When she laughed, the wind laughed Featured 16 Apr 2019 Image

The Dream Pedlar - When she laughed, the wind laughed

When she laughed the wind laughed too - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration. From the middle of the 1920s, she moved on from earlier highly-decorative fairy art (as shown here) to produce beautiful monotone woodcuts in a distinctly oriental style. This artwork (as seen here) was produced under the name Molly MacArthur, or F.M. MacArthur. Date: 1914

© The Florence Mary Anderson Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

The Dream Pedlar - Not worth looking at Featured 16 Apr 2019 Image

The Dream Pedlar - Not worth looking at

"I don't think you're the least worth looking at," said Madriala. - illustration in The Dream Pedlar by Lady Margaret Sackville. Florence Mary Anderson / Molly MacArthur (1893-1972) had two distinct styles of illustration. From the middle of the 1920s, she moved on from earlier highly-decorative fairy art (as shown here) to produce beautiful monotone woodcuts in a distinctly oriental style. This artwork (as seen here) was produced under the name Molly MacArthur, or F.M. MacArthur. Date: 1914

© The Florence Mary Anderson Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library