The Stork and the Fox
(Le Renard et la Cigogne).
"The Fox and the Stork", a demonstration of the stork's revenge
having found it impossible to eat off the fox's plate.

01 Arnrid Johnson, Fables from Aesop and others....
Transatlantic Arts, undated c1946,
lithograph printed by Cowell's of Ipswich.
02 The Fables of Aesop and Others ;
translated into English with instructive applications
and a print before each fable by Samuel Croxall, London 1803.
03. from Andrea Pozzo's Rules and Examples of Perspective ,London c1707.

04. from Jeffrys Taylor, Aesop in Rhyme, Baldwin, Craddock and Joy, 1823

05. Accio Zuccio translated and edited, Bologna 1487, the first edition of Aesopus moralisatus with the illustrations.

06. Jean de la Fontaine,
Fables Choisies, mises en vers... dedies aux Enfans de France, published by the Author in Paris 1765 - 1775.

07, 08 Boutet de Monvel La Fontaine's Fables.
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, London undated c.1905.
09. Marcus Gerards engraving,
illustration to Aesop's Fables , Bruges, 1567.
Gerards eventually settled in England where he died in about 1604. The verses in the volume are by Dene.

10.Benjamin Rabier , Illustrations to La Fontaine, Paris, c1900.