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Illustration from the story 'Baba Yaga' from 'Round the World Fairy Tales' retold by Amabel Williams-Ellis. Illustrated by William Stobbs. My version published by Peal Press 1966. First edition Blackie and Son 1963.

Illustration from the story 'Baba Yaga' from 'Round the World Fairy Tales' retold by Amabel Williams-Ellis. Illustrated by William Stobbs. My version published by Peal Press First edition Blackie and Son

Baba Yaga

Baba Yaga is the bone crone of Slavic folklore and her realm is the birch forests of old Russia. She is a deity of death and rebirth, regene.

naomese - naomi bardoff's art blog: fairy tale

Baba Yaga's house walked around on chicken feet and was surrounded by glowing skulls.

Steampunked Baba Yaga ~ deviantART (I have always thought of Howl's Moving Castle as a steampunk version of Baba Yaga's chicken-legged dancing hut.) <3

Steampunked Baba Yaga ~ deviantART (I have always thought of Howl's Moving Castle as a steampunk version of Baba Yaga's chicken-legged dancing hut.

Baba Yaga's House on Hen Legs

The Owl's Skull: Baba Yaga (Grandmas, Babushkas, and Chicken Legs) .

Izbasmerti.

Izbasmerti.

Baba-Yaga (Баба-яга) is one of the most ancient characters in Slavic mythology. Her image draws closer to the image of a common witch but however Baba-Yaga is a creature much more dangerous and powerful than any witch.

BABA YAGA - (Баба-яга) is one of the most ancient characters in Slavic mythology. Her image draws closer to the image of a common witch but however Baba-Yaga is a creature much more dangerous and powerful than any witch.

The Witch's House Ltd. Edition Giclee Print 5 by StupidAnimalShop, $30.00

The Witchs House Signed and numbered limited edition giclee print. Print measures with a 1 border on all sides

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