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  • Sarah B

    John Bauer. And a kiss makes everything better

  • Isabelle Anne Messier

    She kissed the bear on the nose (c. 1910 by John Bauer) #johnbauer #johnbauerartist #artistjohnbauer

  • Tom Manimanakis

    She kissed the bear on the nose (c. 1910 by John Bauer) (great illustrations of night time magic) Children's Fairy Tale Illustrator

  • angela peck {cert. vodder mld esthetician}

    She kissed the bear on the nose (c. 1910 by John Bauer) (great print for bedroom art collection of beautiful illustrations of night time magic)

  • Camilla Pedersen

    She kissed the bear on the nose. Beautiful illustration by John Bauer from the story “Bella’s Glorious Adventure”, written by Helena Nyblom and featured in the book "Swedish Folk Tales”. Illustration of a large brown bear bending down so a little princess with the golden hair and crown can kiss his nose.

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She kissed the bear on the nose (c. 1910 by John Bauer)

She kissed the bear on the nose (c. 1910 by John Bauer) (great print for bedroom art collection of beautiful illustrations of night time magic)

John Bauer (June 4, 1882 – November 20, 1918), Swedish painter and illustrator, love this guys art.

john bauer.I love it, but I can't look at it and NOT think, "dead."

A TROLL. In Scandanavian folklore, trolls go hand-in-hand with gnomes, for good or ill. Sometimes they can get along quite well and be friends and neighbors, but most often, trolls like to chase or even eat gnomes.

'She kissed the bear on the nose' (c.1910), From "Bella's Glorious Adventure" by Helena Nyblom John Bauer [Swedish painter and illustrator, 1882-1918]

"The Princess in the Forest" by John Bauer (1882 – 1918), Swedish painter and illustrator

© John Bauer - Lithograph 2 (1915)-- Her hair suggests roots and her crown looks like a sprouting plant.

John Bauer, Bella’s Glorious Adventure.