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‘The six brothers riding out to woo’. Illustration by Kay Nielsen in East of the sun and west of the moon


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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Kay Nielsen, illustration from "East of the Sun, West of the Moon", 1914 Illustrations of Scandinavian Fairy Tales - Old Tales from the North - 'The Wolf Was Waiting for Him'

Fairy-tales of Hans Christian Andersen Illustrations by Kay Nielsen - Ole Luk-Oie

Kay Nielsen illustration - Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen Old Luk-Oie: Sometimes the forest was thick and dark; sometimes like a glorious garden full of sunlight and flowers

1912 Fairie Tale Art From "In Powder and Crinoline" [The Twelve Dancing Princesses], in my shop now

Vintage 1983 Kay Nielsen Fairy Tale Art From 'In Powder and Crinoline' For "The 12 Dancing Princesses" Here is a luscious, paper featuring art by Kay Nielsen, gleaned from a damaged a 1988 ed

One of Kay Nielsen's illustrations for Andersen's story "The Tinder Box."

venusmilk: “ Kay Nielsen The Tinder Box: The dog ran with the princess on his back Hans Christian Andersen Fairytales and Other Stories ”

Kay Nielsen 1975 Vintage Art Print Lithograph East of the Sun West of the Moon

Kay Nielsen 1975 Vintage Art Print Lithograph East of the Sun West of the Moon

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Reading Room Log: Danish Illustrator Kay Nielsen

East of the Sun and West of the Moon: Old Tales from the North, illustrated by Kay Nielsen

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adelphe: The Three Princesses of Whiteland, illustration by Kay Nielsen 1914

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‘In Powder & Crinoline’ - Old Fairy Tales Retold by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch. Illustrated by Kay Nielsen. Published 1912 by Hodder & Stoughton, London.