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"East of the Sun and West of the Moon" (1914)

 

Illustrated by Kay Nielsen

 

 

The 15 tales in the version illustrated by Nielsen include: 'East of the Sun and West of the Moon'; 'The Blue Belt'; 'Prince Lindworm'; 'The Lassie

and her Godmother'; 'The Husband who was to mind the House'; 'The Lad who went to the North Wind'; 'The Three Princesses of Whiteland';

'Sophia Moria Castle'; 'The Giant who had no Heart in his Body'; 'The Princess on the Glass Hill'; 'The Widow's Son'; 'The Three Billy-goats Gruff';

'The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain'; 'The Cat on the Dovrefell'; and 'One's own Children are always Prettiest'.

 

Nielsen's colour illustrations were completed for this contribution throughout 1913 and 1914. As with his images for "In Powder and Crinoline",

the colour illustrations were reproduced with a 4-colour process. Comment within the Preface to "East of the Sun and West of the Moon"

describes the images contributed by Nielsen beautifully:

 

A Folk-Tale, in its primitive plainness of word and entire absence of complexity in thought, is

peculiarly sensitive and susceptible to the touch of stranger hands; and he who has been able

to acquaint himself with the Norske Folkeeventyr of Asbjörnsen and Moe (from which these

stories are selected), has an advantage over the reader of an English rendering. Of this

advantage Mr. Kay Nielsen has fully availed himself: and the exquisite bizarrerie of his

drawings aptly expresses the innermost significant of the old-world, old-wives' fables. For to

term these legends, Nursery Tales, would be to curtail them, by nine-tenths, of their interest.

They are the romances of the childhood of Nations: they are the never-failing springs of

sentiment, of sensation, of heroic example, from which primeval peoples drank their fill at will.

 

The quaintness, the tenderness, the grotesque yet realistic intermingling of actuality with

supernaturalism, by which the original Norske Folkeeventyr are characterised, will make an

appeal to all, as represented in the pictures of Kay Nielsen. And these imperishable traditions,

whose bases are among the very roots of antiquity, are here reincarnated in line and colour, to

the delight of all who ever knew or now shall know them.

 

Contemporary reviews of Nielsen's illustrations were most favourable and included the following comment in "The New York Times"

(December 20, 1914):

 

Mr Nielsen is a newcomer among illustrators, and he deserves a royal welcome, for his lines

are beautiful, and he has a powerful imagination, a sense of the supernatural which makes

him particularly successful in the interpretation of the curious old Norse folk tales which fill

this sumptuous volume.

 

 

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Cover (Hodder and Stoughton Edition) for ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914), illustrated by Kay Nielsen

 

 

To the left and right, we show rare copies of the First Edition of Nielsen's illustrated rendering of

"East of the Sun and West of the Moon" produced by Hodder and Stoughton Ltd (London) and

George H. Doran Company (New York) in 1914.

 

 

 

On the left, we show the original decoratively gilt-stamped blue

cloth cover typical of the Hodder and Stoughton Edition, although

a number of original variant bindings have been identified.

 

 

To the right, we show the original gilt-stamped black

board cover with applied monotone plate typical

of the Doran Edition - this binding is also known

in a Hodder and Stoughton variant.

Cover (Doran Edition) for ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914), illustrated by Kay Nielsen          

The jewel-like imagery present in Nielsen's images is reproduced in superb rich hues and fine detail in the First Edition tipped-in plates. Those images, too, appear in a larger

format than later vintage editions. In addition to the brilliant colour illustrations, Nielsen has also prepared wonderful monotone images throughout and the duotone illustrations for

the End Papers.

 

 

Our Greeting Cards and Fine Art Posters showing Kay Nielsen's artwork

for the First Edition of "East of the Sun and West of the Moon" (1914)

 

 

Greeting Card sample showing an image from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914), illustrated by Kay Nielsen

 

 

For connoisseurs of Nielsen's work, we have prepared sets of 25 Greeting Cards (approximately 7x5" on premium acid-free card stock) displaying

each of his colour images for "East of the Sun and West of the Moon" and on the left, we show an example of how these Greeting Cards appear.

 

 

 

 

Code: KN ESWM CS(25)
Price: US$125.00

 

   

Similarly, we have prepared sets of 22 Greeting Cards (approximately 7x5" on premium acid-free card stock) displaying the major monotone

images from his designs for "East of the Sun and West of the Moon" and on the right, we show an example of how these Greeting Cards

appear.

 

 

 

Code: KN ESWM MS(22)
Price: US$110.00

 

 

 

Greeting Card sample showing an image from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914), illustrated by Kay Nielsen

 

 

When presented on Greeting Cards, these images are prepared as tipped-on plates - in 'hommage' to the hand-crafted approach typical of

prestige illustrated publications produced in the early decades of the 20th Century. Each card is hand-finished and the images are presented

on Ivory card stock (in the case of colour illustrations) or White card stock (in the case of monotone images) with an accompanying envelope.

The rear of each card carries information about Kay Nielsen, this wonderful suite and the profiled illustration - we have left the interior of the

cards blank so that you may write your own personal message.

 

Should you wish to order a reproduction print of one or more of these images, we have provided some options below. Each of our Fine Art

Posters is prepared with archival quality papers and inks - and also accompanied by information about Kay Nielsen, this suite and the profiled

illustration.

 

To purchase, simply click on the appropriate "Add to Cart" button and you will be taken through to our Shopping Cart secured through PayPal.

Multiple purchases will be consolidated by that feature and shipping and handling costs to any destination in the world are accommodated by

our flat-rate fee of US$20 for every US$200 worth of purchases.

 

Of course, should you wish to discuss some customised options, we welcome your contact on any matter through email by  ThePeople@SpiritoftheAges.com.

 

In the meantime, enjoy perusing these wonderful images from Kay Nielsen.

Fine Art Poster sample showing an image from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914), illustrated by Kay Nielsen

An example of one of our Fine Art Posters

in a superb 18x36" format - the same

presentation as the 9x18" format

     

 

The colour illustrations by Kay Nielsen for the First Edition

of "East of the Sun and West of the Moon" (1914)

 

 

Kay Nielsen - '''Well, mind and hold tight by my shaggy coat, and then there's nothing to fear,'' said the Bear, so she rode a long, long way' from the tale 'East of the Sun and West of the Moon' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - '''Tell me the way, then,'' she said, '' and I'll search you out' from the tale 'East of the Sun and West of the Moon' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'And then she lay on a little green path in the midst of the gloomy thick wood' from the tale 'East of the Sun and West of the Moon' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'The NOrth Wind goes over the Sea' from the tale 'The Blue Belt' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)  

East of the Sun and West of the Moon

"Well, mind and hold tight by my

shaggy coat, and then there's nothing

to fear," said the Bear, so she rode

a long, long way

 

 

East of the Sun and West of the Moon

"Tell me the way, then," she said, "and

I'll search you out"

East of the Sun and West of the Moon

And then she lay on a little

green patch in the midst of the

gloomy thick wood

 

 

The Blue Belt

The North Wind goes over the sea

 

Fine Art Poster (9x18")

Code: KN ESWM C1 (9x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (12x18")

Code: KN ESWM C2 (12x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C3 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (9x18")

Code: KN ESWM C4 (9x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

 
Kay Nielsen - 'And flitted away as far as they could from the Castle that lay East of the Sun and West of the Moon' from the tale 'The Blue Belt' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'The Lad in the Bear's skin, and the King of Arabia's daughter' from the tale 'The Blue Belt' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'She saw the Lindworm for the first time, as he came in and stood by her side' from the tale 'Prince Lindworm' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)

Kay Nielsen - 'She could not help setting the door a little ajar, just to peep in, when - Pop! out flew the Moon' from the tale 'The Lassie and her Godmother' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)

 

The Blue Belt

And flitted away as far as they could

from the Castle that lay East of the Sun

and West of the Moon

 

 

The Blue Belt

The Lad in the Bear's skin, and the

King of Arabia's daughter

Prince Lindworm

She saw the Lindworm for the first time,

as he came in and stood by her side

The Lassie and her Godmother

She could not help setting the door a

little ajar, just to peep in, when - Pop!

out flew the Moon

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C5 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C6 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C7 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C8 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

 
Kay Nielsen - 'He too saw the image int he water; but he looked up at once, and became aware of the lovely Lassie who sate there up in the tree' from the tale 'The Lassie and her Godmother' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'The he coaxed her down and took her home' from the tale 'The Lassie and her Godmother' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'Here are your children; now you shall have them again. I am the Virgin Mary' from the tale 'The Lassie and her Godmother' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'You'll come to three Princesses, whom you will see standing in the earth up to their necks, with only their heads out' from the tale 'The Three Princesses of Whiteland' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)  

The Lassie and her Godmother

He too saw the image in the water; but

he looked up at once, and became aware

of the lovely Lassie who sate there

up in the tree.

(Frontispiece)

 

 

The Lassie and her Godmother

Then he coaxed her down

and took her home

 

The Lassie and her Godmother

"Here are your children; now you shall have

them again. I am the Virgin Mary."

 

 

The Three Princesses of Whiteland

"You'll come to three Princesses, whom

you will see standing in the earth up to

their necks, with only their heads out."

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C9 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C10 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C11 (12x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C12 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

 
Kay Nielsen - 'So the man gave him a pair of snow-shoes' from the tale 'The Three Princesses of Whiteland' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'The King went into the Castle, and at first his Queen didn't know him, he was so wan and thin, through wandering so far and being so woeful' from the tale 'Soria Moria Castle' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'The six brothers riding out to woo' from the tale 'The Giant who had no Heart in his Body' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'On that island stands a church; in that church is a well; in that well swims a duck' from the tale 'The Giant who had not Heart in his Body' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)  

The Three Princesses of Whiteland

So the man gave him a

pair of snow-shoes

The Three Princesses of Whiteland

The King went into the Castle, and at first

his Queen didn't know him, he was so wan

and thin, through wandering so far and

being so woeful

 

 

The Giant who had no

Heart in his Body

The six brothers riding out to woo

The Giant who had no

Heart in his Body

"On that island stands a church;

in that church is a well;

in that well swims a duck."

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C13 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C14 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C15 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C16 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

 
Kay Nielsen - 'He took a long, long farewell of the Princess, and when he got out of the Giant's door, there stood the Wolf waiting for him' from the tale 'The Giant who had not Heart in his Body' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'When he had walked a day or so, a strange man met him. ''Whither way?'' asked the man' from the tale 'The Widow's Son' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'But still the Horse begged him to look behind him' from the tale 'The Widow's Son' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'And this time she whisked off the wig; and there lay the lad, so lovely, and white and red, just as the Princess had seen him in the morning sun' from the tale 'The Widow's Son' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)  

The Giant who had no

Heart in his Body

He took a long, long farewell of the

Princess, and when he got out of the

Giant's door, there stood the Wolf

waiting for him

 

 

The Widow's Son

When he had walked a day or so, a

strange man met him. "Whither way?"

asked the man

 

The Widow's Son

But still the Horse begged him

to look behind him

The Widow's Son

And this time she whisked off the wig;

and there lay the lad, so lovely, and

white and red, just as the Princess had

seen him in the morning sun

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C17 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C18 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C19 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C20 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

 
Kay Nielsen - 'The Lad in the Battle', from the tale 'The Widow's Son' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'Just as they bent down to take the rose a big dense snowdrift came and carried them away' from the tale 'The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'The Troll was quite willing, and before long he fell asleep and began snoring' from the tale 'The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - 'As soon as they tugged at the rope, the Captain and the Lieutenant pulled up the Princesses, the one after the other' from the tale 'The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)  

The Widow's Son

The Lad in the Battle

The Three Princesses

in the Blue Mountain

Just as they bent down to take the rose

a big dense snowdrift came and carried

them away

 

 

The Three Princesses

in the Blue Mountain

The Troll was quite willing, and before

long he fell asleep and began snoring

The Three Princesses

in the Blue Mountain

As soon as they tugged at the rope, the

Captain and the Lieutenant pulled up

the Princesses, the one after the other

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C21 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C22 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C23 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C24 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

 
Kay Nielsen - 'No sooner had he whistled than he heard a whizzing and a whirring from all quarters, and such a large flock of birds swept down that they blackened all the field in which they settled' from the tale 'The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain' in ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)        

The Three Princesses

in the Blue Mountain

No sooner had he whistled than he

heard a whizzing and a whirring from

all quarters, and such a large flock of

birds swept down that they blackened

all the field in which they settled

 

 

       

Fine Art Poster (10x18")

Code: KN ESWM C25 (10x18)
Price: US$60.00

 

 

 

       

 

The monotone illustrations by Kay Nielsen for the First Edition

of "East of the Sun and West of the Moon" (1914)

 

 

     
Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration to Title Page from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration to Contents Page from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'East of the Sun and West of the Moon' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'East of the Sun and West of the Moon' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)  

Title Page

 

 

Contents Page East of the Sun and West of the Moon East of the Sun and West of the Moon  

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Code: KN ESWM M1 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

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Code: KN ESWM M2 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (11x14)

Code: KN ESWM M3 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (11x14)

Code: KN ESWM M4 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

 
Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Blue Belt' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Blue Belt' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'Prince Lindworm' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Lassie and her Godmother' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)  
The Blue Belt The Blue Belt Prince Lindworm

The Lassie and her Godmother

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (11x14)

Code: KN ESWM M5 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (11x14)

Code: KN ESWM M6 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (11x14)

Code: KN ESWM M7 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (11x14)

Code: KN ESWM M8 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

 
Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Lassie and her Godmother' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Husband who was to mind the House' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Lad who went to the North Wind' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Three Princesses of Whiteland' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)  
The Lassie and her Godmother The Husband who was to mind the House The Lad who went to the North Wind

The Three Princesses of Whiteland

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (11x14)

 Code: KN ESWM M9 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (11x14)

Code: KN ESWM M10 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (11x14)

Code: KN ESWM M11 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (11x14)

Code: KN ESWM M12 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

 
Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Three Princesses of Whiteland' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'Soria Moria Castle' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'Soria Moria Castle' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Giant who had no Heart in his Body' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)  
The Three Princesses of Whiteland Soria Moria Castle

Soria Moria Castle

 

 

The Giant who had no Heart in his Body  

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Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

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Code: KN ESWM M15 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (11x14)

Code: KN ESWM M16 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

 
Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Princess on the Glass Hill' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Widow's Son' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Three Billy-Goats Gruff' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)  

The Princess on the Glass Hill

 

 

The Widow's Son

The Three Billy-Goats Gruff The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain  

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Code: KN ESWM M19 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

Fine Art Poster (11x14)

Code: KN ESWM M20 (11x14)
Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

 
Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914) Kay Nielsen - Monotone illustration for the tale 'One's own Children are always Prettiest' from ''East of the Sun and West of the Moon'' (1914)      

The Three Princesses in the Blue Mountain

 

 

One's own Children are always Prettiest      

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Price: US$55.00

 

 

 

     
                       

 

 

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