The fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm, part of UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register for the preservation of cultural documents

The fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm, part of UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register for the preservation of cultural documents

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A beautiful Cinderella from An Illustrated Treasury of Grimm's Fairy Tales illustrated by Daniela Drescher
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The Original Folk and Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - translated by Jack Zipes, illustrated by Andrea Dezso.

The Original Folk and Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm - translated by Jack Zipes, illustrated by Andrea Dezso.

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"Little Red Riding Hood" by Arthur Rackham from The Fairy Tales of Brothers Grimm.  Mrs. Edgar Lucas, trans. Arthur Rackham, illustrator.  London:  Constable & Company Ltd., 1909.  More information can be found at one of my favorite websites, www.surlalunefairytales.com

"Little Red Riding Hood" by Arthur Rackham from The Fairy Tales of Brothers Grimm. Mrs. Edgar Lucas, trans. Arthur Rackham, illustrator. London: Constable & Company Ltd., 1909. More information can be found at one of my favorite websites, www.surlalunefairytales.com

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The Brothers Grimm Fairytales. Little Red Riding Hood. Arthur Rackham #illustration
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Black Cat. From "Grimm’s Fairy Tales," illustrated by Arthur Rackham, London: William Heineman, Ltd., 1909.

Black Cat. From "Grimm’s Fairy Tales," illustrated by Arthur Rackham, London: William Heineman, Ltd., 1909.

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Ooo, Phillip Pullman is writing an adaptation of Grimm's fairy tales! That should be interesting..
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Snow white from An Illustrated Treasury of Grimm's Fairy Tales by the Brothers Grimm and illustrated by Daniela Drescher - Floris Books

Snow white from An Illustrated Treasury of Grimm's Fairy Tales by the Brothers Grimm and illustrated by Daniela Drescher - Floris Books

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German photographer Killian Schoenberger has utilized moody landscape and old stories of his childhood homeland to create a series of photographic illustrations inspired by the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm. Shot in remote rural areas of Middle Europe dominated by images of haunting fog, gnarled trees and dark homes you hope are abandoned. His exemplary work as a photographer is made even more impressive by the fact that he is colorblind.

German photographer Killian Schoenberger has utilized moody landscape and old stories of his childhood homeland to create a series of photographic illustrations inspired by the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm. Shot in remote rural areas of Middle Europe dominated by images of haunting fog, gnarled trees and dark homes you hope are abandoned. His exemplary work as a photographer is made even more impressive by the fact that he is colorblind.

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