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Walter Crane - illustration for a collection of "Aesop Fables" - 1887

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This fable: The Boaster
The moral: - You'll have to work the puzzle to read it at the bottom there.

The Baby's Own Aesop (verse fables by W.J. Linton), 1887. Illustrations by Walter Crane. Available online at International Children's Digital Library.
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Audslibrary

Back to the days when illustrations (that began as paintings) had to be etched into steel plates and put in a printing press, along with the tiny pieces of steel type!

Another stunner, thanks Aud! This art nouveau illustration goes back a very long way.

Bill_I_Am

The gift that keeps on giving, Audrey. ;-)

Bommom

Thanks, Mike, lots of adults still act like children.

Thanks, Audslibrary, for Crane's apropos illustration. ~Gayle

Audslibrary

It is from a collected work called Baby's First Aesop. . .so maybe that explains the childish stances and facial expressions. Thank YOU all for your comments - Bill, Mike, and Marina. I've a mind to print out a few of these, have them matted and hand out as gifts. . . . where needed?

Bill_I_Am

Thanks for the tag, Mike. Nothing new about that, eh? Love the looks on their faces

This is great fun, Aud. Walter Crane's work is legendary. Thanks!

MarinaNephele

Thank you for Aesop's wise lesson. Marina.

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