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Hansel and Gretel and other stories  by the brothers Grimm. Illus. by Kay Nielsen. Published 1921

Hansel and Gretel and other Brother's Grimm stories - illustration by Kay Nielson

Kay Nielsen

Kay Nielsen, illustration to The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain from "East of the Sun, West of the Moon”. "If the troll comes home he will put an end to you at once; he has three heads"

The Snow Queen Andersen, Hans Christian. Fairy Tales By Hans Andersen. Kay Nielsen, illustrator. London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1924.

The Snow Queen Andersen, Hans Christian. Fairy Tales By Hans Andersen.

Jorinde and Joringel. German fairy tale, Brothers Grimm. Illustrated by Kay Nielsen. This looks like an early illustration of his. The features are rough-hewn and the overall design lacks some of his later sophistication and balance.

Kay Nielsen ‘Jorinde’, ’'Hansel and Gretel and Other Stories’’ by the Brothers Grimm’’, 1925 Source

Milles et une nuits

Milles et une nuits

Snip, snap, she cut off all her beautiful tresses. - illustrated by Kay Neilsen

venusmilk: Hansel and GretelIllustrations by Kay NielsenSnip, snap, she cut off all her beautiful tresses.

Fairy-tales of Hans Christian Andersen Illustrations by Kay Nielsen - The Real Princess

Kay Nielsen - major monotone illustration for 'The Real Princess' from ''Fairy Tales by Hans Andersen''

From Hansel and Gretel, and other stories by the Brothers Grimm

'The little man dashed his right foot so deep into the floor that he was forced to lay hold of it with both hands to pull it out.' Rumpelstiltskin Illustration by Kay Nielsen from "Hansel and Gretel and Other Stories", tales illustration

Kay Nielsen illustration - lovely muted hues, fantastical nature setting

This 1924 book of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales features illustrations by Kay Nielsen. Although most Anglophone people recognize the name Hans Christian.

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