A Dance Around the Moon, 19th century, by Charles Altamont Doyle (English, 1832-1893)
Victorian artist Charles Altamont Doyle believed in fairies. The theme was popular among artists at the time, but Doyle's creatures often took on strange qualities (he passed his interest in the supernatural to his son, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle). In his A Dance Around the Moon, frenzied fairies and other assembled fantasy creatures come together in a manic swirl.
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Size: 24" x 18"
Artist: Charles Altamont Doyle
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