'The Queen of Sheba - Arabian Nights - Edmund Dulac' Metal Print by forgottenbeauty
Immortalize your favorite art on durable lightweight aluminum that will outlive us all,Choose your finish: Gloss, for brilliant colors and detail, or Satin, for a soft, even look with minimal glare,Gently rounded corners,Easily wipe clean with a soft cloth,Ready to hang, with a back mount fixture so the art seems to float in front of the wall
Rapunzel grew into the most beautiful child under the sun. When she was twelve years old, the enchantress shut her into a tower, which lay in a forest, and had neither stairs nor door, but quite at the top was a little window.
Captivating Illustrations of Classic Fairy Tales From the Brothers Grimm
Once upon a time, fairy tales were stories intended for adults. They do not necessarily have the happy endings Disney has led us to believe. In those stories, animals talked, faeries and forest spirits lived, and ordinary objects had inexplicable capabilities.
One of the main inspirations behind our November catalog was the work of Danish illustrator Kay Nielsen, whose gorgeous imagery has accompanied many of the fairy tales featured in our book. Like the stories themselves, fairytale illustrations stretch the realm of your imagination and allow you to lose yourself in a world where reality doesn’t […]
Kay NIELSEN Print. Art Deco Print. Fairy Tale Printable Wall Art. Kay Nielsen Digital Print. Vintage Fairy Digital Download.
Stunning Kay Nielsen art for "The 12 Dancing Princesses" a Brothers Grimm Fairy Tale included in the book "In Powder and Crinoline: old fairy tales retold". Ready to print and frame or use it in crafting, card making, scrapbooking, bookmarks, mote book covers, collage, decoupage etc. It is 8 x 7 inches. You will get a jpg file. It will be a crisp high quality printable 300 dpi image, without the watermark. Print it out, frame it, craft, enjoy it! Why digital? Because you get it right away…
Oh, Disney, You Never Should Have Fired Kay Nielsen
Kay Nielsen knew his way around a fantasy. The Danish illustrator was raised in a “tense atmosphere of art” (his words) during the Golden Era of Illustration – a time when folks one-upped each another with books bearing golden spines and marbled end papers; elaborately illustrated copies of Grimm's