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Detail. Kay Nielsen. From “East of the Sun and West of the Moon” (“And flitted away as far as they could ... ”), 1914.

Detail. Kay Nielsen. From “East of the Sun and West of the Moon” (“And flitted away as far as they could ... ”), 1914.

Kay Nielsen, "The Little Tin Soldier"

How Hans Christian Andersen Revolutionized Storytelling, Plus the Best Illustrations from 150 Years of His Beloved Fairy Tales

The Sultan and Scheherazade, Arabian Nights - Kay Nielsen, one of my favorite illustrators

The Sultan and Scheherazade, Arabian Nights - Kay Nielsen, one of my favorite illustrators

Kay Nielsen, illustration to The Giant Who Had No Heart In His Body, from "East of the Sun, West of the Moon". "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.”

Kay Nielsen, illustration to The Giant Who Had No Heart In His Body, from "East of the Sun, West of the Moon". "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.”

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