This classic of Catskill lore, enhanced with lovely watercolors, established the reputation of Arthur Rackham, and today the images are recognized as among the artist's best works. Sure to enchant art lovers and Rackham devotees, this edition of all 51 full-page illustrations, plus Irving's complete ... read more
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This classic of Catskill lore, enhanced with lovely watercolors, established the reputation of Arthur Rackham, and today the images are recognized as among the artist's best works. Sure to enchant art lovers and Rackham devotees, this edition of all 51 full-page illustrations, plus Irving's complete story, will delight fantasy enthusiasts of all ages.
Unabridged republication of the edition published in 1905 by William Heinemann, London; and Doubleday, Page & Co., New York.
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