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John Bauer

John Bauer

Illustration by John Bauer for ‘Spelmannen som fick Madonnans guldsko' from “Bland Tomtar och Troll” (1915)

Illustration by John Bauer for ‘Spelmannen som fick Madonnans guldsko' from “Bland Tomtar och Troll” (1915)

The Seven Wishes-John Bauer (1882 – 1918, Swedish)

The Seven Wishes-John Bauer (1882 – 1918, Swedish)

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John Bauer.  In the Christmas Night.

John Bauer. In the Christmas Night.

Illustration by John Bauer

Illustration by John Bauer

John Bauer is one of the most under-rated artists ever...his artwork always makes me think of my sister!

John Bauer is one of the most under-rated artists ever...his artwork always makes me think of my sister!

John Albert Bauer 1882-1918

John Albert Bauer 1882-1918

One of John’s favourites is Humpe, a small troll with a gentle disposition and a longing for the light world of people. Humpe is almond-eyed, snub-nosed and red-haired like a little faun. He first appeared in 1912, in the fairytale Trollsonen som hade solögon och vart skogsman - a romantic saga about a troll-boy that appealed to John. John returned to Humpe in works such as the late watercolour Moderskärlek (Mother love), painted in 1917.

One of John’s favourites is Humpe, a small troll with a gentle disposition and a longing for the light world of people. Humpe is almond-eyed, snub-nosed and red-haired like a little faun. He first appeared in 1912, in the fairytale Trollsonen som hade solögon och vart skogsman - a romantic saga about a troll-boy that appealed to John. John returned to Humpe in works such as the late watercolour Moderskärlek (Mother love), painted in 1917.

'Humpe' was one of John Bauer's main character in the dramatic  and romantic adventure 'Trollsonen som hade solögon och vart  skogsman' by Vilhälm Nordin, in 'Bland Tomtar och Troll', 1912

'Humpe' was one of John Bauer's main character in the dramatic and romantic adventure 'Trollsonen som hade solögon och vart skogsman' by Vilhälm Nordin, in 'Bland Tomtar och Troll', 1912

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