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“Sagan om Dag och Daga och flygtrollet på Skyberget” av Harald Östenson from “Bland Tomtar och Troll” 1907, illustrated by John Bauer

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

John Bauer, Swedish illustrator (1882-1918) from The Trolls and the Youngest Tomte, 1907

John Bauer, Swedish illustrator from The Trolls and the Youngest Tomte, 1907

John Bauer - Vil-Vallareman

Shop John Bauer He Blew Upon the Horn Canvas Print created by PD_Graphics.

Illustration by John Bauer for a tale by Vilhälm Nordin in “Bland Tomtar och Troll” (1912 ed)

Illustration by John Bauer for a tale by Vilhälm Nordin in “Bland Tomtar och Troll” ed)

“Sagan om älgtjuren Skutt och lilla prinsessan Tuvstarr” from “Bland Tomtar och Troll 1913″, by John Bauer

Illustration by John Bauer for ‘Lilla prinsessan Tuvstarr' from “Bland Tomtar och Troll”

John Bauer Posters John Bauer Affischer, John Bauer Prints

''The Knight's Ride'' ("Riddaren rider") 1914 illustration by John Bauer "Once upon a time there was a prince riding in the moonlight" (from Helena Nyblom's fairy tale "The Ring")

A fabulous day trip is the Frank Lloyd Wright home: Taliesin East in Spring Green, Wisconsin.  The drive is easy, the property is spectacular!

''Good evening, old man! the boy greeted'' Illustration of Walter Stenström's The boy and the trolls or The Adventure in childrens' anthology Among pixies and trolls - John Bauer

John Bauer - Wikimedia Commons

"Svipdag speaks with Thokk" illustration by John Bauer for "Our Fathers' Godsaga" by Viktor Rydberg via Wikimedia Commons. Svipdag sits on Sleipnir, the eight-legged horse of Norse myth.

The little red haired troll boy is named Humpe. Bauer used him repeatedly in his art and he became almost a stand in for the artist himself.

John Bauer, Humpe and his Trollmor - Mother's love, 1917 (not from an illustrated book)

John Bauer - Illustration for The Boy Who Could Not Be Scared by Alfred Smedberg in the anthology Among Pixies and Trolls.

Here is a piece of a troll herb which nobody else but me can find. John Bauer Illustration for The Boy Who Could Not Be Scared. I love this, I’ve just found John Bauer’s illustrations and think.

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