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Kay Nielsen, Danish illustrator (1886-1957). 'The Lad in the Bear Skin and the Daughter of the King of Arabia'

Kay Nielsen, Danish illustrator 'The Lad in the Bear Skin and the Daughter of the King of Arabia'

Alexandra Dvornikova ilustração

Alexandra Dvornikova explora o interior feminino e o mundo místico em suas fantásticas ilustrações

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Victo Ngai, illustration for "MoneyHorse", article published in The New York Times

Melissa ☾

eatsleepdraw: A personal piece created in Adobe Illustrator. I plan to make a series of other animal illustrations using the same technique. If you like the work please check out my website.

Les dessins au feutre de Magdalena Korzeniewska  Dessein de dessin

Based on "A Song of Ice and Fire" by George R. And again, if you haven't read all the volumes yet, please, don't look too closely. Kind of the Stark family reunion gel pens + graphics pro.

Kay Nielsen’s Stunning 1914 Scandinavian Fairy Tale Illustrations | Brain Pickings

Kay Nielsen’s Stunning 1914 Scandinavian Fairy Tale Illustrations

Kay Nielsen’s Stunning 1914 Scandinavian Fairy Tale Illustrations – Brain Pickings

Illustration pour L'est du soleil et l'ouest de la lune, 1914

Kay Nielsen

Kay Nielsen ~ 1914 East of the Sun and West of the Moon: Old Tales from the North, A Collection of Scandinavian Fairy Tales, 8

Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám’ rendered into English verse by Edward Fitzgerald; illustrated in colour and in line by René Bull. Published 1913 by Hodder and Stoughton.

The Rubaiyat by Persian/Iranian poet Omar Khayyam. Omar Khayyam is the author, but the illustration is by René Bull. This version of the Rubaiyat was published in looks like. Man, I think I’m gonna start collecting Rubiayat illustrations.

Illustration pour En poudre et Crinoline, 1912

Kay Nielsen

Golden Age Illustrator: Kay Nielsen - 50 Watts In Powder and Crinoline, 1912

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Inspired by Beardsely: The Ten Dancing Princesses by Kay Nielsen (Kay was a man, BTW. Kay is male name in Scandinavia. Comes from Cajus)

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