Here is a luscious, 2-sided paper featuring art by Kay Nielsen, gleaned from a damaged a 1952 edition of "In Powder and Crinoline". Both illustrations are from the story, 'The Twelve Dancing Princesses', and the originals of these 1952 prints were included in the 1913 edition by Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch. Their captions read -
'She stopped as if to speak to him; then, altering her mind, went on her way'
'"Don't drink!" cried out the little Princess, springing to her feet'
Kay Rasmus Nielsen (Danish illustrator, 1886-1957) was popular in the early 20th century during the "Golden Age of Illustration", which lasted from when printing pioneers developed technology to the point that drawings and paintings could be reproduced with reasonable facility.
Nielsen is also known for his collaborations with Disney for whom he contributed many story sketches and illustrations, including his work on "Fantasia" ('Night on Bald Mountain').
The heavy, 2-sided paper measures 7.25" x 9.25" (18.4x23.5 cm), and there are no tears, folds, creases, or marks. Both images will be lovely framed - card and tag creations, scrapbook page-making, collage. Perhaps you'll gift this framed for the new baby's room or for your young reader's corner.
You are purchasing an original 1952 paper and it does not have watermarks. I will send this to you flat, protected, and by USPS 1st Class Mail.
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