Kay Nielsen. East of the Sun and West ofeast of the sun and west of the moon

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Fairy tale finesse: RevivingEast of the Sun and West of the Moon, Kay Nielsen's most ambitious illustration project Step into a world of star-crossed lovers, magical winds, mischievous giants, and trolls, through some of themost exquisite illustrat…

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    Fairy tale finesse: RevivingEast of the Sun and West of the Moon, Kay Nielsen's most ambitious illustration project Step into a world of star-crossed lovers, magical winds, mischievous giants, and trolls, through some of themost exquisite illustrations in publishing history.In this gorgeous reprint, TASCHEN revives the most ambitious publication project of beloved Danish artist Kay Nielsen, one of the most famous children s book illustrators of all time.First published in 1914, East of the Sun and West of the Moonis a celebrated collection offifteen fairy tales, gathered by legendary Norwegian folklorists Peter Christen Asbjornsen and Jorgen Engebretsen Moeon their journeys across Norway in the mid-nineteenth century. Nielsen s illustration edition of Asbjornsen and Moe s tales is considereda jewel of early 20th-century children's literature, highly sought-after by art and book collectors worldwide. An original signed copy of the book sold at auction in 2008 commanded the highest price ever paid for an illustrated children s book.This finely crafted reprint restores the stunning detail and artistry of Nielsen s images to their original splendor.Featuring 46 illustrations, including many enlarged details from Nielsen s rare original watercolors, the book is printed in five colors with a lovingly designed slipcase. Three accompanying essays, illustrated with dozens of rare and previously unseen artworks by Nielsen, explore the history of Norwegian folktales, Nielsen s life and work, and how this masterpiece came to be. "

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    Format
    Innbundet
    Utgivelsesår
    2015
    Forlag
    Taschen GmbH
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9783836532297
    Sider
    168
    Height
    241
    Width
    303
    Weight
    1228

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