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The Fisherman and his wife, ~Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm ~ Kay Nielsen

Grimm's Clour Plate 4 Fisherman and his Wife - Kay Nielsen Hansel and Gretel and Other Stories By the Brothers Grimm

Kay Nielsen illustrated Fridge Magnet East of the Sun

Kay Nielsen illustrated Fridge Magnet "East of the Sun and West of the Moon" Num: 3

‘The six brothers riding out to woo’. Illustration by Kay Nielsen in East of the sun and west of the moon

Kay Neilsen

The Iron King by Kay Nielsen Poster

The Grimm's Fairy Tales, illustrated by Kay Nielsen

Gorgeous Grimm: 130 Years of Brothers Grimm Visual Legacy

1912 Fairie Tale Art From "In Powder and Crinoline" [The Twelve Dancing Princesses], in my shop now

Vintage 1983 Kay Nielsen Fairy Tale Art From 'In Powder and Crinoline' For "The 12 Dancing Princesses" Here is a luscious, paper featuring art by Kay Nielsen, gleaned from a damaged a 1988 ed

The Queen Did Not Know Him - Kay Nielsen, from East of the Sun West of the Moon

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

Kay Nielsen -- The White Swans (I think this is the same as the Wild Swans, or the Six Swans) -- Fairytale Illustration

çizgili masallar: East of the Sun and West of the Moon by Kay Nielsen

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

Kay Nielsen illustration

Another Kay Nielsen illustration

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 - Andersen Fairy Tales

The Fairy Tales Of Hans Christian Andersen – Illustrated By Kay Nielsen - The Hardy Tin Soldier - Black and white title page illustration.

çizgili masallar: East of the Sun and West of the Moon by Kay Nielsen

Kay Nielsen ~ 1914 East of the Sun and West of the Moon: Old Tales from the North, A Collection of Scandinavian Fairy Tales, 8

Kay Nielsen Buried Princesses

merdemare: “ “You will see three Princesses” from The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain by Kay Nielsen. “You’ll come to three Princesses, whom you will see standing in the earth up to their necks, with only their heads out. -The Three Princesses.

Cinderella, Kay Nielsen. Illustrated London News 1913 Christmas Edition

Rare Cinderella Kay Nielsen (via finsbry)

'The ship headed about and sped over the depths of the sea'. One of the illustrations for ‘The man who never laughed' from 'In Powder and Crinoline' by Kay Nielsen.

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

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