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The Troll was quite willing, and before long he fell asleep and began snoring - Kay Nielsen, from The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain

Danish artist Kay Rasmus Nielsen East of the Sun and West of the Moon: Old Tales from the North - a collection of Scandinavian fairy tales Originally published in 1914 'The Troll was quite willing, and before long he fell asleep and began snoring.

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Old Tales from the North by Peter Christen Asbjørnsen and Jørgen Engebretsen Moe.

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Kate Baylay Illustration: The Olive Fairy Book by Andrew Lang, published by The Folio Society 2012

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the twelve dancing princess kay neilsen illustrations

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Kay Nielsen’s Stunning 1914 Scandinavian Fairy Tale Illustrations – Brain Pickings fb

Kay Nielsen «In Powder and Crinoline» | "Картинки и разговоры"

See more phenomenal works by Danish illustrator Kay Nielsen HERE Learn more about the life of Kay Nielson HERE

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"The Faun" Illustration by Kay Nielsen

Hilary Knight «Beauty and the Beast» | "Картинки и разговоры"

Dying Beast: Beauty and the Beast Hilary Knight

Kate Baylay

Kate Baylay Illustration: Seven Gothic Tales by Isak Dinesen - The Dreamers "In a moment we were under the wild winter moon, in a tight embrace.", published by the Folio Society, 2013

Nielsen Kay Deserted Moment

1911 Kay Nielsen, Deserted Moment pencil, watercolour and gouache 21 x 15 cm

D'un Monde à l'autre

Illustrator Juliette Oberndorfer uses deep, rich colors and a vintage aesthetic to create compelling images that are snippets of stories.

Fairy-tales of Hans Christian Andersen Illustrations by Kay Nielsen

East of the Sun and West of the Moon, 1914 - Kay Nielsen

Kay Rasmus Nielsen (March 12, 1886 – June 21, 1957)

The Hardy Tin Soldier The draught of air caught the dancer, and she flew like a sylph just into the stove to the tin soldier. Hans Christian Andersen Fairytales and Other Stories.

The Nightingale - Kay Nielsen

This 1924 book of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales features illustrations by Kay Nielsen. Although most Anglophone people recognize the name Hans Christian.

Heavy fairy tale illustrations from the turn of the century. Kay Nielsen, Harry Clarke, John Bauer, John Austen and a few more I don't know the name of. - Album on Imgur

Turn of the century(ca 1900-1920) Illustrations.

Heavy fairy tale illustrations from the turn of the century.

A midsummer-night's dream - Act II, Scene I: She never had so sweet a changeling

Afbeelding Arthur Rackham - Illustration for a Fairy Tale, Fairy Queen Covering a Child with Blossom

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