the fairy tale blog

fairytalemood:

Fairy tale art by Carl Offterdinger (1829 - 1889)

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cavetocanvas:

John Bauer, The Seven Wishes

cavetocanvas:

John Bauer, The Seven Wishes



in-the-middle-of-a-daydream:

The Dancing Princesses

in-the-middle-of-a-daydream:

The Dancing Princesses

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polarbearprince:


Rapunzel by Toshiaki Kato

polarbearprince:

Rapunzel by Toshiaki Kato

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Oh my. Godbey’s Grimm illustrations are ASTOUNDING. 

Oh my. Godbey’s Grimm illustrations are ASTOUNDING. 



fuckyeahvintageillustration:

‘Stories from Hans Christian Andersen’ (1911), illustrated by Edmund Dulac.

Source

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Emma Florence Harrison Rapunzel, c. 1914.                  

Emma Florence Harrison Rapunzel, c. 1914.                  

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djevojka:

 Niroot Puttapipat, Myths and Legends of Russia



"Her name was Frivola, and her one occupation in life was the pursuit of amusement. Balls, masquerades, and picnics followed one another in rapid succession, as fast as she could arrange them, and you may imagine that under these circumstances the kingdom was somewhat neglected."La Princesse Pimprenella et Le Prince Romarin (Prince Narcissus and Princess Potentilla)


little chariots wreathed with jasmine and honeysuckle suddenly appeared, and, stepping into them, they were whirled away to the Leafy Palace



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