When He Heard Peter’s Voice He Popped in Alarm


Artist: Arthur Rackham

RACKHAM, Arthur. “When he heard Peter’s voice he popped in alarm behind a tulip.” Original framed color plate from the first edition of Peter Pan in Kensington Garden, published by Hodder & Stoughton, 1906 and appearing opposite page 26 in that edition. Image measures 3¾” x 7” in a 8¼” x 10¼” wood frame.


A charming image of a fairy peeking out from behind a tulip. This delightful image was painted in watercolor and ink by noted British artist Arthur Rackham.