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The King went into the Castle, and at first his Queen didn't know him, he was so wan and thin,  through wandering so far and being so woeful. East of the Sun, West of the Moon. Kay Nielsen

Kay Nielsen - Illustrations for "East of the Sun, West of the Moon": The Queen Did Not Know Him

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Figure Drawing: Charles Robinson - Art Nouveau Illustrations for The Sensitive Plant

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Catskin, or Allerleirauh - Grimm's Fairy Tales - Kay Nielsen art print

Kay Nielsen

This piece is an illustration from the fairy tale "East of the Sun, West of the Moon" The lithograph including the white border measures X 11 Item may have light wear due to age. True to its age item may have slight yellowing or wrinkling.

[illustrator] Kay Nielsen

‘In Powder & Crinoline’ - Old Fairy Tales Retold by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch. Illustrated by Kay Nielsen. Published 1912 by Hodder & Stoughton, London.

Illustration from East of the Sun, West of the Moon, by Kay Nielson

Into the Woods, 13: Once Upon a Time, Re-imagining Fairy Tales

East of the sun and west of the moon : old tales from the North

One of Kay Nielsen's illustrations for Andersen's story "The Tinder Box."

venusmilk: “ Kay Nielsen The Tinder Box: The dog ran with the princess on his back Hans Christian Andersen Fairytales and Other Stories ”

Kay Nielsen (1886-1957)

Cinderella - Kay Nielsen (I love her illustrations, and .

Kay Nielsen

"The Faun" Illustration by Kay Nielsen

Kay Nielsen illustration

Another Kay Nielsen illustration

Taking a walk by Kay Nielsen

Kay Nielsen drawing for "Vogue" magazine cover.

Kay Nielsen, Danish illustrator (1886-1957). 'The Lad in the Bear Skin and the Daughter of the King of Arabia'

Kay Nielsen, Danish illustrator 'The Lad in the Bear Skin and the Daughter of the King of Arabia'

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Kay Nielsen - Illustrations for "In Powder and Crinoline"

Kay Nielsen illustration  Pinned for later from nielsen.artpassions.net.

"I See The Star" - Kay Nielsen ~ "Red Magic," by Romer Wilson, illustrated by Kay Nielsen, London: Jonathan Cape, 1930

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"Rosebud", or "Sleeping Beauty" - Kay Nielsen, from Grimms Fairy Tales.

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