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The Man Gave Him a Pair of Snowshoes, East of the Sun, West of the Moon - Kay Nielsen

'The Man Gave Him a Pair of Snowshoes' - Kay Nielsen’s Stunning 1914 Scandinavian Fairy Tale Illustrations

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Illustration by Kay Nielsen from East of the Sun, West of the Moon, 1914

I just discovered the early 1900's illustration of Kay Nielsen today. It's so…

“‘Don’t drink!’ cried out the little Princess, springing to her feet.” from the Twelve Dancing Princesses Kay Nielsen, 1913 Quiller-Couch, Sir Arthur. In Powder and Crinoline: Old Fairy Tales.

Illustration by Kay Nielsen from the tale “The Widow’s Son.” It is entitled “But still the Horse begged him (…),” and was created in 1914.

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Illustration by Kay Nielsen from the tale “The Widow’s Son.” It is entitled “But still the Horse begged him (…),” and was created in

Kay Nielsen «East of the Sun and West of the Moon» | "Картинки и разговоры"

“And flitted away as far as they could from the Castle that lay East of the Sun and West of the Moon." The Blue Belt East of the Sun and West of the Moon, 1914 illustrated by Kay Nielsen

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Princess & Troll Kay Nielsen East Of The Sun, West Of The Moon Grimm's Fairytale Vintage Children's Nursery Lithograph Illustration

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Illustration for "East of the Sun and West of the Moon" by Danish artist and illustrator Kay Rasmus Nielsen via 50 Watts

Moon madness - Rzewuski  1922

red-lipstick: “Alexandre Rzewuski (Polish, b. Russia) - Moon Madness, 1922 (Appeared in the Tatler magazine April, ”

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

Kay Nielsen - Illustrations for "East of the Sun, West of the Moon": As Far Away From the Castle

As far away from the Castle East of the Sun, West of the Moon Kay Nielsen illustration

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The Lad in the Battle From The Widow’s Son, illustration by Kay Nielsen 1914

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