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The little red haired troll boy is named Humpe. Bauer used him repeatedly in his art and he became almost a stand in for the artist himself.

The little red haired troll boy is named Humpe. Bauer used him repeatedly in his art and he became almost a stand in for the artist himself.

"The gray apparition was still standing behside his bed", illustration from "The King's choice" tale, "Swedish fairy tales", by Elsa Olenius, Holger Lundbergh (trad), 1974 ; illustration by John Bauer (originally published in "Bland Tomtar Och Troll")

"The gray apparition was still standing behside his bed", illustration from "The King's choice" tale, "Swedish fairy tales", by Elsa Olenius, Holger Lundbergh (trad), 1974 ; illustration by John Bauer (originally published in "Bland Tomtar Och Troll")

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