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Images Dated 21st February 2019

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Diddlety dittlety dumpty, the cat ran up the plum tree - Victorian nursery rhyme Featured 21 Feb 2019 Print

Diddlety dittlety dumpty, the cat ran up the plum tree - Victorian nursery rhyme

A worried medieval woman is pleading with a gardener to help her extract her cat from the plum tree whence it has run, probably from the dog. Her son (or pageboy) is advising the gardener that the use of the water pump might prove effective. The dog wishes he'd chased the cat over the wall while he had the chance. They all want the half-crown on offer.
"Diddlety dittlety dumpty - The cat ran up the plum-tree - Half-a-crown - To fetch her down - Diddlety dittlety dumpty."
From "Nursery Rhymes - Ridicula Rediviva" illustrated by J.E. Rogers, with chromolith printing by R. Clay Sons & Taylor and published in London in 1876 by Macmillan and Co

Tribute - The Haunted Glen Featured 21 Feb 2019 Print

Tribute - The Haunted Glen

Tribute - The Haunted Glen. 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 to produce beautiful monotone woodcuts in a distinctly oriental style. The artwork (for this book) was credited to Molly McArthur'. Date: 1925

© The Florence Mary Anderson Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Tribute - The Chinese House Featured 21 Feb 2019 Print

Tribute - The Chinese House

Tribute - The Chinese House. 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 to produce beautiful monotone woodcuts in a distinctly oriental style. The artwork (for this book) was credited to Molly McArthur'. Date: 1925

© The Florence Mary Anderson Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library