Sulamith Wufling - Sulamith Wülfing (January 11, 1901 – 1989) was a German artist and illustrator. Her ethereal, enigmatic works depict fairy tales or mystical subjects. Born in Elberfeld, Rhine Province to Theosophist parents Karl and Hedwig Wülfing, as a child Sulamith had visions of angels, fairies, gnomes, and nature spirits. She first began drawing these creatures at the age of four. The visions continued throughout her life, and directly inspired her paintings.
An image of the Madonna from the Rothschild Canticles (1300), a Middle Age manuscript produced for a nun at the turn of the fourteenth century, it served as an aid to mystical devotions in which images played as central a role as the written word.