German children's book illustrator Hermann Vogel, (1854-1921) grew up in Saxony and studied at the art academy in Dresden. Vogel’s illustrations are in the tradition of German Romantism, and their best known artists – Ludwig Richter, Moritz Von Schwind and Carl Spitzweg. Albert Hurter introduced these artists and their illustration style to the Disney studio and they influenced very much the look of the first animated feature films.

'Deutsche Märchen', The Grimm Brothers illustrations by Professor Paul Hey, 1939

Nico Delort - The Hobbit, Unused version

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“if you were at mondocon, you might've seen this here's a first version of my Hobbit poster that we canned”

Blancanieves (Ilustración de Carl Offterdinger)

¿Qué fue de los cuentos clásicos?

The Queen in disguise, offering a poisoned apple to Snow White (a late German illustration) Snow White, illustration by Heinrich Leutemann or Carl Offterdinger

Surreal illustrations by Julia Iredale // ink drawing // narrative illustration

Surreal Illustration Fuse Gorgeous Technique with What Lives in Our Head

Surreal illustrations by Julia Iredale // ink drawing // narrative illustration

'In the brightness the old grandmother stood' Harry Clarke's Illustration from Han's Andersen's The Little Match Girl. #fairytales #ChristmasStories #xmas

'In the brightness the old grandmother stood' Harry Clarke's Illustration from Han's Andersen's The Little Match Girl.

'They could not find a path out of the wood.' Illustration by H. J. Ford from Hansel and Gretel – and Other Siblings Forsaken in Forests (Origins of Fairy Tales from Around the World)

'They could not find a path out of the wood. Ford from Hansel and Gretel – and Other Siblings Forsaken in Forests (Origins of Fairy Tales from Around the World)

Lorenzo Mattotti - Hansel and Gretel Esta imagen esta relacionada con el romanticismo, el momento que vemos nos causa miedo, y podemos observar la libertad de los trazos que se utilizan:

Neil Gaiman Reimagines Hansel & Gretel, with Gorgeous Black-and-White Illustrations by Italian Graphic Artist Lorenzo Mattotti

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