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Brian Froud----brings to mind the three weird sisters of Macbeth                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Brian Froud----brings to mind the three weird sisters of Macbeth More

The Greenman,Cernunnos/Herne the Hunter....By Artist and Author Brian Froud's "Green Man"...

The Greenman,Cernunnos/Herne the Hunter....By Artist and Author Brian Froud's "Green Man"...

Fantasy painting - Brian Froud

Fantasy painting - Brian Froud

"Losgunna", by Brian Froud  I love her frog-like legs.  Absolutely beautiful.  Who says fairies need humanoid legs?

"Losgunna", by Brian Froud I love her frog-like legs. Absolutely beautiful. Who says fairies need humanoid legs?

Dark crystal

Dark crystal

Fairies in Legend, Lore, and Literature by Terri Windling: Summer 2006, Journal of Mythic Arts, Endicott Studio

Fairy Tricks the Fay Might Play on You!

Fairies in Legend, Lore, and Literature by Terri Windling: Summer 2006, Journal of Mythic Arts, Endicott Studio

*+*Mystickal Faerie Folke*+*...By Artist and Author Brian Froud...

*+*Mystickal Faerie Folke*+*...By Artist and Author Brian Froud...

brian froud | Brian Froud beautifully pictured on Digital Photo Club

brian froud | Brian Froud beautifully pictured on Digital Photo Club

Pleased - Pencil, coloured pencil, watercolour

Pleased - Pencil, coloured pencil, watercolour

Tinker Bell — possibly, the quintessential faery. As characterized by J. M. Barrie in Peter Pan, she exhibits so many traditional faery qualities: we first experience her as a small glow of pure light; her form is only visible when stationary; she is described as “still growing.” So, like all faeries, she is in a state of flux and transformation. She is dressed in a skeleton-leaf dress, indicating that she is not only connected to nature but also inner nature

Tinker Bell — possibly, the quintessential faery. As characterized by J. M. Barrie in Peter Pan, she exhibits so many traditional faery qualities: we first experience her as a small glow of pure light; her form is only visible when stationary; she is described as “still growing.” So, like all faeries, she is in a state of flux and transformation. She is dressed in a skeleton-leaf dress, indicating that she is not only connected to nature but also inner nature

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