Gustave Doré, headpiece vignette to chapter V, from La mythologie du Rhin (The Mythology of the Rhine), by X-B. De Saintine, Paris, 1862.
It happened, as they were still journeying on the open sea…
Walter Crane, from Household stories from the collection of the bros. Grimm, Translated by Lucy Crane, London, 1914.
Upon the very verge of the precipitous descent hovered a gigantic ship (MS. found in a bottle).
Byam Shaw, from Selected tales of mystery, by E. A. Poe, London, 1909.
The farewell of the lovers.
Frederick Cayley Robinson, from The blue bird, by Maurice Maeterlinck, New York, 1920.
Captain Bouguer attacked the poulp with harpoons and guns.
From Vingt mille lieues sous les mers (Twenty thousand leagues under the seas), by Jules Verne, illustrated by Édouard Riou and Alphonse de Neuville, Paris, 1871.
The wild lord read it.
Amédée Forestier, from Blind love vol. 1, by Wilkie Collins, London, 1890.
Rising whirlwinds, blasting, keen, and loud
J. R. Wells, from Winter pictures, collective work, London, not dated (c. 1875?).