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Fitcher's Bird illustration by Michael Foreman

Fitcher's Bird illustration by Michael Foreman

Fairy Tales and Fantasy Literature » Blog Archive » Are the Heroines the same in Bluebeard and Fitcher’s Bird?

Are the Heroines the same in Bluebeard and Fitcher’s Bird?

Katherine Ace - fitchers feathered bird (with feathers) 2013- oil charcoal paper

Katherine Ace - fitchers feathered bird (with feathers) oil charcoal paper

fitchers bird skull

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At last she met the bridegroom who was slowly coming back, illustration for Fitchers Bird, from Little Brother, Little Sister, by the Brothers Grimm, 1917 - Arthur Rackham

"At last she met the Bridegroom who was coming slowly back", illustration to 'Fitcher's Bird' from Little Brother, Little Sister by the Brothers Grimm, 1917

Katherine Ace - fitchers small

Katherine Ace is a conceptual, figurative and still life painter working in oil/alkyd on canvas.

Fitcher's Bird by Elizabeth Kross, via Flickr.  One of the great feminist fairy tales.

Fitcher's Bird by Elizabeth Kross, via Flickr. One of the great feminist fairy tales.

Fitcher's Bird, Maurice Sendak

Where the Wild Things Really Are: Maurice Sendak Illustrates the Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm – Brain Pickings

The Horror and the Beauty | Harvard Magazine Nov-Dec 2007

The Horror and the Beauty

This post is a continuation of the last ("Fitcher's Bird" symbolism, part 2)

Fitcher's Bird - Fairy tale illustration by Hermann Vogel, aka Hermann Vogel-Plauen

Blue Beard - Fairy Tale Illustration by sae jung choi, via Behance

Blue Beard - Fairy Tale Illustration by sae jung choi so gruesome, I remember a very similar picture in my fairy tale book when I was 6 , it terrified me and I would skip the pages with my eyes closed.

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