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the-evil-clergyman · 1 year
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Illustration from The Six Swans for Through Fairy Halls of My Bookhouse by Donn P. Crane (1925)
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enchantedbook · 11 months
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'Divine Conedy' of Dante Alighieri Artist : Donn P. Crane
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lepetitdragonvert · 5 months
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Sleeping Beauty
Artist : Donn Philip Crane
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illustratus · 1 year
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Phaethon by Donn P. Crane
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Donn P. Crane
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venustapolis · 1 year
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Ilustraciones para la Divina Comedia de Dante (Donn P. Crane)
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fatherlybeast · 1 year
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Phaeton, from Through Fairy Halls of My Bookhouse by Donn P. Crane (1925)
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x3m4cdashr · 2 years
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Apollo, illustration by Donn P. Crane. Apollo is one of the most complex and important gods, and is the god of many things, including: music, poetry, art, oracles, archery, plague, medicine, sun, light and knowledge.
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thegreatgildy · 2 years
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tomoleary · 9 months
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Donn P. Crane (1878 - 1944)
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deepintheglen · 1 year
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28 day devotional journaling challenge
Day 4.  Show off your favorite picture, drawing or moodboard that represents perfectly how you view your deity.
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By Donn P. Crane
I love this picture of Frey and Freya. Frey is fair, yet strong, radient, bringing fruit and prosperity to the land 
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the-evil-clergyman · 1 year
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Illustrations from Una and the Red Cross Knight for From the Tower Window of My Bookhouse by Donn P. Crane (1921)
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Donn P. Crane (1878-1944), illustration for Goethe's Faust Via: http://mydelineatedlife.blogspot.com/2010/11/my-book-house-faust.html
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lepetitdragonvert · 1 year
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From the Tower Window of my Bookhouse
Edoted by Olive Beaupré Miller
Chicago, the Bookhouse for Children Publishers
1921
Artist : Donn Philip Crane
Far away within the wood a troop of Fauns and Sa’tyrs were dancing in a round, while old Syl-va’nus, who was their king, slept in a shady arbor. Gay, rustic, wild-wood folk were these, with horns upon their foreheads and shaggy legs of goats.
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arthistoryfeed · 2 years
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New design: Phaethon in Chariot (T-Shirt / Tank Top / Pullover / Long Sleeve) This design was inspired by a 1920 illustration by Donn P. Crane (1878 - 1944). Available on Available on Amazon stores and Redbubble (onelink): http://geni.us/phaethon
Phaethon was the son of the Oceanid Clymene and the sun god Helios in Greek mythology. His name was also used by the Ancient Greeks as an alternative name for the planet Jupiter, the motions and cycles of which were personified in poetry and myth.
Acc. to the greek mythology, the Sun was put in a chariot and everyday Sun-God Helios would drive the chariot all along the sky. That is how the Sun would rise and set. Phaethon was the son the god Helios who secretly took the chariot one day to drive it. However, as he was young and inexperienced, he lost control of the horses and got killed.
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nebris · 1 year
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Donn P. Crane, American (1878-1944)
Freyr and Freya (Norse Mythology)
Freyja's chariot is drawn by two cats (artistic license here).
"Fólkvangr 't is called, | where Freyja rules     Degrees of seats in the hall; Half the kill | she keepeth each day,     And half Odin hath."   -Gylfaginning, Section XXIV
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