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Beauty and the Beast

A Drawing from Beauty and the Beast - Number 3
Walter Crane - Beauty and the Beast - 3
The Merchant strikes a bargain with the Beast who releases him on his promise to return later to face his doom. Being a courteous yet surprisingly severe Beast who thinks that it is okay to kill a man for cutting a single rose, the Beast sends the Merchant home to his children dressed in nice finery and loaded with jewels. Because the Beast had a lot of money but apparently did not know how to find a florist and so he was very attached to his own rose bushes. Anyway here the doomed Merchant is returning to his home laden with the gifts from the mean Beast, and is greeted by his daughter Belle.
A Breautiful Drawing from Beauty and the Beast - by Walter Crane









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