CodeGB/BCA/1915
Person NameAesop
SurnameAesop
Catalogue
RefNoTitleArtistDateMultimediaImage
64114[no caption]Peter Schrank28 Feb 200364114.jpg 
NG1743[no caption]Nicholas Garland10 Jan 1978NG1743.jpg 
NG2750[no caption]Nicholas Garland03 Feb 1984NG2750.jpg 
NG3009AA fox sneered at a lioness because she never bore more than one cub. "Only one," she replied, "But a lion!"Nicholas Garland05 Jun 1985NG3009A.jpg 
NG1464[no caption]Nicholas Garland26 Mar 1976NG1464.jpg 
29225[no caption]Nicholas Garland26 Mar 197629225.jpg 
NG2743" ... Eventually the wind grew tired and let the sum try to get the man to remove his coat ..."Nicholas Garland24 Jan 1984NG2743.jpg 
32945[no caption]Nicholas Garland01 May 197932945.jpg 
NG2134A boy was in danger of being drowned while bathing in a river. Seeing a traveller on the bank, he called for help; but the traveller started to lecture him on his rashness. "Rescue me now," cried the boy; "you can lecture me later on when I am safe." (from The Fables of Aesop)Nicholas Garland30 Oct 1980NG2134.jpg 
NG2690"A hen found some serpents eggs, which she hatched by carefully sitting on them and keeping them warm, a swallow which had watched her said: "You fool, why do you rear creatures that, once they grow up, will make you the first victim of their evil-doing?"Nicholas Garland09 Dec 1982NG2690.jpg 
44438" ... Eventually the wind grew tired and let the sum try to get the man to remove his
coat ..."
Nicholas Garland24 Jan 198444438.jpg 
46617"Vengeance at any price. A wasp settled on a snake's head and stung it. The maddened snake
not knowing how else to be revenged on it's tormentor, put it's head under the wheel of a waggon,
so they both perished together. (Aesop's Fables.)
Nicholas Garland01 Jul 198246617.jpg 
49061"A hen found some serpents eggs, which she hatched by carefully sitting on them and keeping
them warm, a swallow which had watched her said: "You fool, why do you rear creatures that, once
they grow up, will make you the first victim of their evil-doing?"
Nicholas Garland09 Dec 198249061.jpg 
34603A boy was in danger of being drowned while bathing in a river. Seeing a traveller on
the bank, he called for help; but the traveller started to lecture him on his rashness.
"Rescue me now," cried the boy; "you can lecture me later on when I am safe." (from The
Fables of Aesop)
Nicholas Garland30 Oct 198034603.jpg 
31562[no caption]Nicholas Garland10 Jan 197831562.jpg 
37507[no caption]Nicholas Garland03 Feb 198437507.jpg 
25806[no caption]Nicholas Garland21 Feb 197425806.jpg 
NG3876[no caption]Nicholas Garland01 Feb 1989NG3876.jpg 
NG2468"Vengeance at any price. A wasp settled on a snake's head and stung it. The maddened snake not knowing how else to be revenged on it's tormentor, put it's head under the wheel of a waggon, so they both perished together. (Aesop's Fables.)Nicholas Garland01 Jul 1982NG2468.jpg 
NG2142Hating Unto Death Two passengers who hated each other were on the same ship, one sitting in the stern, the other in the bows. A storm came on, and when the ship was on the point of sinking the man in the stern asked the steersman which part of the ship would go under water first. On being told that the bows would go first, "I do not mind dying myself," he said, "if I can see my enemy die before me." Many men do not care what happens to themselves, so long as they see their enemies suffer first. (Aesop's Fables)Nicholas Garland07 Nov 1980NG2142.jpg 
NG1127[no caption]Nicholas Garland21 Feb 1974NG1127.jpg 
NG1891[no caption]Nicholas Garland01 May 1979NG1891.jpg 
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