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KAY NIELSEN /  “Rumpelstiltskin”

'The little man dashed his right foot so deep into the floor that he was forced to lay hold of it with both hands to pull it out.' Rumpelstiltskin Illustration by Kay Nielsen from "Hansel and Gretel and Other Stories", tales illustration

Princess Diaphanie walking in the garden (Minon-Minette). In Powder and Crinolene. by Kay Nielsen

kay Nielsen, Princess Diaphanie walking in the Garden (In powder and Crinoline)

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In Powder and Crinoline - Minon-Minette; Princess Minon-Minette rides out in the world to find Prince Souci

Illustration by Kay Nielsen in East of the sun and west of the moon (1914), (198 x 150 mm), Alexander Turnbull Library, qRPr HODD NIEL 1914.

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

Rumpelstiltskin illustration by Louis Rhead

" Said the Hobgoblin.' Illustration by Louis Rhead from "Grimm's Fairy Tales - Stories and Tales of Elves, Goblins and Fairies", and white

American Weekly, Rumpelstiltskin (1947) Pogany

Rumplestiltskin by William Pogany "and he became so angry that he stomped himself through the floor"

Rumpelstiltskin - The Blue Fairy Book, 1889

by H J Ford Lang, Andrew, ed. The Blue Fairy Book. New York: Dover, (Original published

Warwick Goble, 1923, from "The Fairy Book - The Best Popular Fairy Stories"

'Are you not sometimes called Rumpelstilzchen?' Illustration by Warwick Goble from "The Fairy Book - The Best Popular Fairy Stories", Tales

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