Effects of a fall.
John Leech, from John Leech, his life and work vol. 1, by William Powell Frith, London, 1891.
Front cover from Little ditties, R. Shugg & Co., New York, circa 1874.
Cornflower and poppy.
Jean-Jacques Grandville, from Les fleurs animées (animate flowers), collective work, Paris, 1867.
Patten Wilson, from The Yellow Book vol. 6, July 1895.
Coat of arms of the (imaginary) city of Clusy.
Frontispiece from Histoire d’un hôtel de ville et d’une cathédrale (History of a city hall and of a cathedral), written and illustrated by E. Viollet-Le-Duc, Paris, 1878.
Gilliatt had thrust his arm deep into the opening; the monster had snapped at it. It held him fast, as the spider holds the fly.
François Flameng, illustration to Les travailleurs de la mer (The toilers of the sea), from Illustration des oeuvres complètes de Victor Hugo vol. 3 Paris, 1885.
George L. Seymour, from The magazine of art vol. 6, London, Paris, New York, 1883.
Poland, 17th century: full harnessing of a war horse.
From Le costume historique (The costume history) vol. 6, by Auguste Racinet, Paris, 1888.
(Source: archive.org. The French edition seems to be more complete than the German one.)
France, women’s dresses between 1794 and 1800.
From Geschichte des Kostüms (The costume history) vol. 5, by Auguste Racinet, Berlin, 1888.
The bear, having descended from the mast, had fallen on the two men. (A winter amid the ice)
Adrien Marie, from Le docteur Ox (Doctor Ox), by Jules Verne, Paris, not dated.