Trolls with the changeling they have raised. “Bortbytingarna” from “Bland Tomtar och Troll” illustrated by John Bauer

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.

Princessen i skogen poster - John Bauer

“Broder Martin” tale, from “Bland Tomtar och Troll” illustrated by John Bauer

John Bauer : "Dag and Daga, and the Flying Troll of Sky Mountain" (Harold Östenson) The forest - Swedish Folk Tales

'Humpe' was one of John Bauer's main character in the dramatic and romantic adventure 'Trollsonen som hade solögon och vart skogsman' by Vilhälm Nordin, in 'Bland Tomtar och Troll', 1912

" En riddare red fram, prinsessa i skogen", from "Bland Tomtar Och Troll by Åhlén & Åkerlunds Förlag, showcases Bauer's final suite of colour and monotone illustrations for this Swedish Christmas annual), illustrated by John Bauer

Ivan Bilibin -Russian fairy tales usually include the princess and Babayega, the witch who rides her wooden broom bucket through the sky. I bought this book many years ago, love the illustrations.