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Arthur Rackham's Illustration to J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens was originally part of an earlier work, The Little White Bird by J.M. Barrie. The Peter Pan chapters were extracted and published as a separate work in 1906. The color plates to Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens by Arthur Rackham made the book immediately popular, and drew attention to Rackham, who was not well-known before then.

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The Fairies Would Tickle Him

Larger collections of Rackham illustrations are now on their own pages. You can still connect to them from the main Rackham index, where you can also find other Rackham resources, including fairies and fairytales, Rackham fonts, book links and other Rackham illustrations.

The Fairies Have their Tiffs with the Birds Solomon Caw Reads a Map Exquisite Fairy Dancing Peter's Flute An Elderberry visits some young quinces

Kensington Gardens Images and Marginalia from Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens

Fairy and flower marginalia from Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (more than one edition).

New scans from the 1906 edition


Kensington Gardens


The keen sense of fun of a fallen leaf

Serpentine Lake

Mr. Salford and the Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens

The Fairies have their tiffs with the birds

Peter Meets Solomon Caw

Solomon Caw Reads a Map

The Fairies would hide until dusk

The Fairies do exquisite dancing

In the beginning, the fairies would sit very politely

Wallflower Juice

They would all tickle him

An Elderberry went to visit the Quinces

Queen Mab

Fairies say 'We feel dancey'

Looking very undancey indeed

They will most certainly mischief you

Older color scans

Peter Flies a Kite

Fairies Behind the Tree

The Flowers Talk Back


So Sweet A Changling

The Fairies Teach Peter to Fly

Peter Sails Away in His Boat

Black and White drawings and Peter Pan marginalia

Fairies Hiding Behind a Log

Peter Alone in the Great Tree

Solomon Caw

Peter talking to the Birds

Peter Pan in the Fairy Circle

elf and fairy with mushroom umbrella marginalia

fairies and elves tiptoe off marginalia

fairy with parasol marginalia

fairy and elf marginalia

pink fairy marginalia

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