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Fairy Tales of The Brothers Grimm: Clever Alice - She began to doubt whether she were really Clever alice. 'Am I she, or am I not?' - Kay Nielsen illustration

Clever Alice Hansel and Gretal and Other Stories Kay Nielsen illustration

Illustrations by A. Alexeieff for Russian Fairy Tales, 1945

Alexander Alexeieff illustration from Danilo the Luckless in Russian Fairy Tales

Kay Nielsen illustration

Red Magic - Slowly the snakeskin unfolded - Kay Nielsen illustration

Stop Prince!  You Cannot Run away! Kay Nielsen color illustration to Red Magic at Art Passions

Kay Nielsen Red Magic Art Prints (Color Illustrations) Red Magic, published in is the last book illustrated by Kay Nielsen. The illustrations consist of 53 paintings and drawings, eight in color.

The Art of Children's Picture Books: artist Kay Nielson

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.

"I Think the Bear had Best Stay Here Til Morning" from 'Bluebelt', Kay Nielsen.

East of the Sun, West of the Moon: Bluebelt: I think the bear best stay here til morning - Kay Nielsen illustration

King of Eagles: ‘Red Magic: A Collection of the World’s Best Fairy Tales from All Countries’ edited by Romer Wilson, illustrated by Kay Nielsen. Published 1930 by Jonathan Cape, London

King of Eagles - Kay Nielsen ‘Red Magic: A Collection of the World’s Best Fairy Tales from All Countries’ edited by Romer Wilson, illustrated by Kay Nielsen. Published 1930 by Jonathan Cape, London.

Edmund Dulac.  Quatrain LXXII of the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám, 1909.

Edmund Dulac - Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, 1937 QUATRAIN LXXII Alas, that Spring should vanish with the Rose! That Youth's sweet-scented Manuscript should close!

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