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Here we show a portion of "Cinderella" - a design by Kay Nielsen from a suite inspired by the Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault.

The Best of Kay Nielsen - Myth, Fable and Fairy Tale art from "The Golden Age of Illustration"

Here we show a portion of "Cinderella" - a design by Kay Nielsen from a suite inspired by the Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault.

Old French Fairy Tales 1919.  Ills. by Virginia Sterrett

"Blondine, Bonne-Biche, and Beau-Minon" Old French Fairy Tales, 1920 by Virginia Frances Sterrett From: By a Woman's Hand: Illustrators of the Golden Age by Dover Publications

enchantingimagery:    He took a long, long farewell of the Princess, and when he got out of the Giant’s door, there stood the Wolf waiting for him.  An illustration by Kay Nielsen for The Giant Who Had No Heart in His Body, from the collection of fairy tales East of the Sun, West of the Moon. Nielsen is an outstanding artist, and his illustrations have a very strange, enticing quality to them. - Scan by me.

Kay Nielsen’s Stunning 1914 Scandinavian Fairy Tale Illustrations.'The Wolf Was Waiting for Him'

Если вы еще не знаете, Кристиан Бирмингем - самый настоящий волшебник. Его " Спящая красавица ", пожалуй, лучшая из всех имеющихся у меня и вряд ли что-то ее…

Sleeping Beauty (La belle au bois dormant) written by Charles Perrault, French (Many other versions are known incl. that of The Brothers Grimm) - Art by Christian Birmingham

The Forest Fairies from 'The Ship That Sailed to Mars' illus. William Mitcheson Timlin

The Forest Fairies from 'The Ship That Sailed to Mars' William Mitcheson Timlin April 1892 - 7 June

Sveta Dorosheva

Weird and Wonderful: fairy-tale illustrations Sveta Dorosheva Rehovot, Israel

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