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Old, Old Fairy Tales: 'Madame Holl' by Anne Anderson (1874-1930) Always shake my featherbed out the window... In Danish: Mor Hulda

"Old, Old Fairy Tales", 'Madame Holl' by Anne Anderson Always shake my featherbed out the window. In Danish: Mor Hulda

The Fairy’s Birthday by William Heath Robinson from Holly Leaves magazine, December 1925

William Heath Robinson (signed as W. Heath Robinson, 31 May 1872 – 13 September The Fairy’s Birthday ~ Holly Leaves (Magazine) December 1925

Gebrüder Grimms ‘Frau Holle / Mother Hulda’, illustrated by Fritz Kunz, a Scholz Künstler-Bilderbuch. Published 1907 by Josef Scholz

Illustration: Fritz Kunz This illustration is from a collection of fairytales, which were originally published around 1904 by german publisher "Scholz Verlag", and have been reprinted by "Verlag Neues Berlin" from GDR in

Little Red Riding Hood.  illustrated by Trina Schart Hyman.  My one of my child hood favorites!

Trina Schart Hyman was a children's book illustrator of fantasy art and fairy tales. I first began collecting children's books because of the wonderful illustrators that are found in them. Trina Schart Hyman is one of my favorites.

Vintage Art Nouveau Anne Anderson Illustration by drcarrot on Etsy

Items similar to Vintage Art Nouveau Anne Anderson Illustration Rumplestiltsken Angry Imp Elf Leprechaun, Framing Crafting Upcycling on Etsy

Anne Anderson - Elfen & Boeken

Anne Anderson - Elfen & Boeken

De rode schoentjes - Wikipedia

Hans Christian Andersen : The Red Shoes - illustration to Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tales by Anne Anderson

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