One of Europe's best-known book illustrators from the Art Deco period, Umberto Brunelleschi created fanciful images of lavishly appointed princesses, gallant suitors, whimsical fairies, and more for a French fairy-tale collection published in 1912. Twenty of these marvelously detailed works are rendered as black-and-white line drawings in this unusual coloring book for adults, captioned with the sentences they are illustrating. ("She always went around covered by her curly hair, with a flower crown on her head," for example.) Reproductions of the original colorful art are included on the inside covers, and a few blank pages are included for creating your own magical illustrations. How enchanting!