Archivi del giorno: settembre 2, 2010

Felicitas Kuhn-Klapschy (1926, Austrian)


I scanned the following paintings from an old edition of Grimm’s fairy-tales. The illustrator’s name is not mentioned on the book. Thanks to Laura who identified the artist.

Snow-White and Rose-Red –
You poor Bear, come to the fire!

Snow-White and Rose-Red –
As a large fish swallowed the bait, the gnome almost fell into the water

Snow-White and Rose-Red –
Don’t stand about like that, come and help me!

Snow-White and Rose-Red –
An eagle had grabbed the gnome

Snow-White and Rose-Red –
The bearskin fell off the bear and there stood a young man

Hansel And GretelHansel And Gretel

Hansel and Gretel –
The mist was rising from the stream

Hansel and Gretel  –
It was night when they awoke

Hansel e Gretel Hansel and Gretel –
There was a fence of biscuits around the house

Hansel and Gretel –
Be good, boy, let me feel your finger!

Easter SurpriseEaster Surprise

The Busy BunnyThe Busy Bunny

Barbotin Barbotin

A Joyous RideA  Joyous Ride

A Joyous Ride 2A  Joyous Ride

The Green CastleThe Green Castle

The Princess On The PeaThe Princess On The Pea

The Wind ElvesThe Wind Elves

The Wind Elves 2The Wind Elves

The Wind Elves 3The Wind Elves

ThumbelinaThumbelina

Thumbelina 2Thumbelina

Little Brother And Little SisterLittle Brother And Little Sister

Little Brother And Little Sister 2Little Brother And Little Sister

Little Brother And Little Sister 3Little Brother And Little Sister

Little Brother And Little Sister 4Little Brother And Little Sister

My Fairy WorldMy Fairy World

My Fairy World 2My Fairy World

My Fairy World 3My Fairy World

My fairy World 4My Fairy World

Annunci

Eduard Daege (1805 – 1883, German)


An Old Capuchin Led By A Boy Through The Water

The Mother And Child’s Refuge To The Altar

South Italian Peasant Family At The Entrance Of Their House