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Catalogue: Children's Books. Add to shopping cart More information. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. First trade edition.
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Twelve mounted color plates, including frontispiece, with captions on mounts. Forty-three black and white drawings.
Pictorial end-papers. Publisher's ribbed green cloth, front cover pictorially stamped and lettered in gilt, spine decoratively lettered in gilt, pictorial end-papers. Slight discoloration on free end-papers from paste-downs. Upper cover corners a little bumped, small armorial bookplate on verso of front free end-paper, neat ink inscription dated on half-title. A very good copy.
Latimore and Haskell p. Riall p.
Gettings p. Twenty mounted color plates including frontispiece and twenty-eight black and white drawings in the text. Title within pictorial border.
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Original dark blue cloth pictorially stamped and lettered in gilt on front cover and spine. Top edge stained blue. One color plate facing p. Gedichte by Joseph Eichendorff Book 7 editions published between and in German and held by 26 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Alte und neue Lieder mit Bildern und Weisen Book 6 editions published between and in German and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
11 Spots in Germany That Inspired Our Famous Fairy Tales
Rings um Marburg : 20 Landschaftsbilder by Otto Ubbelohde Book 9 editions published between and in German and Undetermined and held by 22 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Aus sieben Jahrhunderten der Geschichte Beuggens by Eugen Zeller Book 2 editions published between and in German and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Audience Level. Related Identities. Associated Subjects. Some illustrators chose the simplistic route, as in The Snow Queen and Hansel and Gretel , and others used intricate detail to supplement the story, as in Dear Mili and The Swineherd.
Walter Crane, for example, was known to give each story a headpiece and a tailpiece, to properly and recognizably introduce and conclude the tale for the reader. Maurice Sendak in particular spent years researching for his drawings for the Grimm's. He even traveled to Germany to visit the towns in which the tales were written to get a better grasp for their true origins.
He was intent on presenting the best possible moment of the stories to get the reader to look beyond the traditional fairy tale themes.