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Gustav Tenggren - Concept Illustration from Pinocchio

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Disney "Pinocchio" 1940 concept art by Gustaf Tenggren inspired by Rothenburg, Germany

Gustav Tenggren (1896-1970), illustrateur né en Suède. En 1920, il rejoint ses deux soeurs ainées aux Etats-Unis. Il travaillera 3 ans pour Walt Disney.

Gustaf Tenggren ~ Hansel and Gretel, The Witch’s House ~ The Tenggren Tell-It-Again Book ~ adapted by Katharine Gibson ~ Little, Brown & Co ~ 1942

Prospero.- What seest thou else... Shakespeare's Comedy of 'The Tempest' (Act I, scene II) illustrated by Edmund Dulac (1908)

What sees thou else in the dark backward and abysm of time The Tempest Edmund Dulac illustration

N. C. Wyeth - So the change was made, and they went forward as briskly as they durst on the uneven causeway (Crossing the fens)

brudesworld: ““So the change was made, and they went forward as briskly as they durst on the uneven causeway” N. Wyeth illustration from Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Black Arrow, 1916 ”

1812- The story of Hansel & Gretel is first published in Germany. Later historians will argue about whether the story inspired gingerbread, already popular in Germany for centuries, to be shaped into miniature houses, or whether miniature gingerbread houses helped inspire the story.

1812- The story of Hansel & Gretel is first published in Germany. Later historians will argue about whether the story inspired gingerbread, already popular in Germany for centuries, to be shaped into miniature houses, or whether miniature gingerbread houses helped inspire the story.

Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827), A LONDON CITIZEN AND HIS WIFE TAKING A WALK; Pen and grey ink and watercolour, 212x143 mm

Thomas Rowlandson A London citizen and his wife taking a walk; pen and grey ink and watercolour, mm

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