John Bauer, Swedish illustrator. Har vuxit upp med sagor illustrerade av detta konstnärliga geni.

John Bauer - The Magician’s Cape - “Alvida did not touch any of the fruit herself. She let it fall, piece by piece, and tired and thirsty travelers came along, picked up a pear or an apple, and blessed the gift.

“Sagan om älgtjuren Skutt och lilla prinsessan Tuvstarr” from “Bland Tomtar och Troll 1913″, by John Bauer

John Bauer “Leap the Elk carries Princess Tuvstarr”, 1913 (From the book “Princess Tuvstarr (Princess Cottongrass) and the Fishpond”)

Painting by the Swedish artist John Bauer (1882--1918). He made pictures of creatures in the Swedish folk belief, inspired by the deep dark forests. Here is princess "Tuvstarr" surrounded by trolls.

The Princess and the Troll Sons, from The Boy and the Trolls, by John Bauer. ""Look at them," urged the troll mother. "Look at my sons. Handsomer trolls can't be found this side of the moon. But then of course, they take after their mother.

Snufkin by Vergissmeinnicht

rare picture of little my looking super happy , snufkin is just cool autumn days art to make you happy moomin style Муми-трлль, Снусмумрик и Малышка Мю

Anjas’ Theme Of The Week: Swedish week 3: Beautiful illustrations by John Bauer > 'Bella's Glorious Adventure'

Anjas’ Theme Of The Week: Swedish week Beautiful illustrations by John Bauer > 'Bella's Glorious Adventure'

"Freya and Svipdag" -- Norse mythology illustration by John Bauer

"Freyja and Svipdag illustrated by John Bauer in 1911 for Our Fathers' Godsaga by Viktor Rydberg. Rydberg maintains that Svipdag is another name of Freyja's husband, Óðr.

John Bauer 1882-1918  "Hästen ledde han vid betslet och på det viset färdades de genom skogen".  Akvarell, tusch och blyerts 18 x 17 cm.

: Let us not forget John Bauer - This reminds me a lot of my childhood. My family kept a book called "Bland Tomtar och Troll" (Among Gnomes and Trolls) which revealed a rich and delightful world of Scandinavian fantasy.

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John Bauer – Trollen och tomtarnas herre.

John Bauer - Princess Tuvstarr, 1913 , 'she stares at the water looking for her heart.' An Illustration for the book, Princess Tuvstarr and the Fishpond.


John Bauer : "Leap the Elk and Little Princess Cottongrass" (Helge Kjellin) -Swedish Folk Tales