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Grimm's Colour Plate 11 - Two Brothers - Kay Nielsen Hansel and Gretel and Other Stories By the Brothers Grimm

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The Frog Bride~ Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm~ Kay Nielsen illustration

"East of the Sun and West of the Moon", illustrated by Kay Nielsen, 1924. http://www.pookpress.co.uk/project/kay-nielsen-biography/

"East of the Sun and West of the Moon", illustrated by Kay Nielsen, 1924. http://www.pookpress.co.uk/project/kay-nielsen-biography/

Kay Nielsen (1886-1957), ‘Pretty Bird’, ’'Hansel and Gretel and Other Stories’’ by the Brothers Grimm, 1925 Source

Kay Nielsen ‘Pretty Bird’, ’'Hansel and Gretel and Other Stories’’ by the Brothers Grimm, 1925 Source

The Grimm's Fairy Tales, illustrated by Kay Nielsen

Nielsen Hansel and Gretel

L'art magique: Kay Nielsen

Kay Nielsen

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

Ilustraciones

Geirlaug the King’s Daughters - Kate Baylay: The Olive Fairy Book

Kay Nielsen «Hansel and Gretel and Other Stories» | "Pictures and talk"

The Tailor and the Unicorn Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm Kay Nielsen illustration

She would sit for hours, with the bird perched on the back of  her hand, listening to its soft intonation of that one word "Majnun"  - Layla, Edmund Dulac's Picture Book for the Red Cross

Edmond Dulac

Edmund Dulac, illustration for Edmund Dulac’s Picture Book for the French Red Cross

'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.

kay nielsen_norwegian tales_the three princesses of the blue mountain

kay nielsen_norwegian tales_the three princesses of the blue mountain

The Arabian Nights. Kay Nielsen, illustrator. Published in 1924.

The Arabian Nights. Kay Nielsen, illustrator. Published in 1924.

Fairy-tales of Hans Christian Andersen Illustrations by Kay Nielsen - The Story of a Mother

Illustration for "The Story of a Mother" by Hans Christian Anderson" , a haunting story. "And they went into an unknown land. " The Story of a Mother" by Hans Christian Anderson"

Kay Nielsen, illustration to The Lad Who Went To The North Wind, from "East of the Sun, West of the Moon".

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

Kay Nielsen - In Powder and Crinoline

Kay Nielsen - Czarina’s Archery

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