032-The prince asked who she was and how she came there, she looked at him tenderly and with a sad expression in her dark blue eyes, but could not speak - high resolution image from old book.
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TITLE: The prince asked who she was and how she came there, she looked at him tenderly and with a sad expression in her dark blue eyes, but could not speak.
NAMES: Dulac, Edmund (1882-1953) (Artist)
COLLECTION: Children',s book illustrations Book illustrations -- Andersen
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Extent: 1 print : col. , 18.5 x 15 cm.
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