"Losgunna", by Brian Froud  I love her frog-like legs.  Absolutely beautiful.  Who says fairies need humanoid legs?

Brian Froud “There in the inner realm of Faery, this Frog Queen is surrounded by earthy and watery companions”

"The one with the white hand" (Birch Tree) from 'Faeries' by Brian Froud and Alan Lee.

Brian Froud and Alan Leeillustration for “Faeries”© 1978 Henry N. Abrams New York

The fairy who was kissed by pixies.

O mundo mágico de Brian Froud (Agencia de Modelos - Artistas e Modelos para Eventos)

"The Faery Who Was Kissed by the Pixies” Brian Froud painting. It was first published in Good Faeries, Bad Faeries in 1998 but is dated 1990

The Gift. Brian Froud. Froud is an English painter who has spent his life exploring the folk tales and faery lore of his native land. His internationally best selling books include Faeries (with Alan Lee), Good Faeries/Bad Faeries, Lady Cottington's Fairy Album, and The Runes of Elfland. He also designed two feature films for director Jim Henson: The Dark Crystal and Labyrinth.

The Gift. Froud is an English painter who has spent his life exploring the folk tales and faery lore of his native land. His internationally best selling books include Faeries (with Alan Lee), Good Faeries/Bad Faeries, Lady Cottington's Fairy

Panda ab Chaos

From Brian Froud’s new book "Trolls" ~ Faeries tell us that small things can hold great truths . ~ Brian Froud I just adore Brian Froud's art!

Froud - Old troll woman turning into part of the woods

Brian-Froud-art - Old troll woman turning into part of the woods

Tinker Bell — possibly, the quintessential faery. As characterized by J. M. Barrie in Peter Pan, she exhibits so many traditional faery qualities: we first experience her as a small glow of pure light; her form is only visible when stationary; she is described as “still growing.” So, like all faeries, she is in a state of flux and transformation. She is dressed in a skeleton-leaf dress, indicating that she is not only connected to nature but also inner nature

faeryhearts: “ Tinker Bell — possibly, the quintessential faery. As characterized by J. Barrie in Peter Pan, she exhibits so many traditional faery qualities: we first experience her as a small.

From "The Land of Froud" by Brian Froud The Goblin Ball: Ember Rule, Melbourne, Australia. 14th June 2014 www.thegoblinball.com

"The Land of Froud" by Brian Froud The Goblin Ball: Ember Rule, Melbourne, Australia.

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