Victorian artist Richard Doyle (1824-1883) is famous for his charming illustrations of elves, fairies, and gnomes. For this coloring book, Marty Noble has skillfully adapted 29 of the English's artist's most delightful watercolors created for his book with Andrew Lang, The Princess Nobody: A Tale ... read more
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Victorian artist Richard Doyle (1824-1883) is famous for his charming illustrations of elves, fairies, and gnomes. For this coloring book, Marty Noble has skillfully adapted 29 of the English's artist's most delightful watercolors created for his book with Andrew Lang, The Princess Nobody: A Tale of Fairyland.
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