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Иллюстрации к русским сказкам Niroot Puttapipat. Сивка-Бурка

Иллюстрации к русским сказкам Niroot Puttapipat. Сивка-Бурка

çizgili masallar: Myths and Legends of Russia by Niroot Puttapipat

çizgili masallar: Myths and Legends of Russia by Niroot Puttapipat

'The crane pecked with his bill, knocked and knocked at the dish, but nothing got into his mouth, while the fox lapped and lapped the gruel until she had eaten it all'  Illustration for The Fox and the Crane.

'The crane pecked with his bill, knocked and knocked at the dish, but nothing got into his mouth, while the fox lapped and lapped the gruel until she had eaten it all' Illustration for The Fox and the Crane.

Illustration for Baba Yaga by Niroot Puttapipat, from Myths and Legends of Russia, collected by Aleksandr Afanas'ev and translated by Norbert Guterman; published by The Folio Society

Illustration for Baba Yaga by Niroot Puttapipat, from Myths and Legends of Russia, collected by Aleksandr Afanas'ev and translated by Norbert Guterman; published by The Folio Society

Grýla is a mythical giantess living in the mountains of Iceland. Most of the stories told about Gryla were to frighten children, and her name is mentioned in Snorri Sturluson's thirteenth century Edda.

Grýla is a mythical giantess living in the mountains of Iceland. Most of the stories told about Gryla were to frighten children, and her name is mentioned in Snorri Sturluson's thirteenth century Edda.

‘The fox is carrying me away … Cat Cotonaevich, rescue me!’ - Illustration for "The Cat, the Cock, and the Fox" (Myths & Legends of Russia, illus. Niroot Puttapipat)

‘The fox is carrying me away … Cat Cotonaevich, rescue me!’ - Illustration for "The Cat, the Cock, and the Fox" (Myths & Legends of Russia, illus. Niroot Puttapipat)

'The sorceress was waiting for her, seized her, tied a stone around her neck, and cast her into the sea' -  Illustration for "Sister Alionushka and Brother Ivanushka" (Myths & Legends of Russia, illus. Niroot Puttapipat)

'The sorceress was waiting for her, seized her, tied a stone around her neck, and cast her into the sea' - Illustration for "Sister Alionushka and Brother Ivanushka" (Myths & Legends of Russia, illus. Niroot Puttapipat)

'She became a terrible lioness, but when she was about to swallow the good youth, his magic steed came running and took hold of her with his mighty legs' - illustration for "Two Ivans, Soldiers' Sons" (Myths & Legends of Russia, illus. Niroot Puttapipat)

'She became a terrible lioness, but when she was about to swallow the good youth, his magic steed came running and took hold of her with his mighty legs' - illustration for "Two Ivans, Soldiers' Sons" (Myths & Legends of Russia, illus. Niroot Puttapipat)

A fox came by and asked: "Why are you weeping, Snow White?"; Snow White and the Fox - Myths and Legends of Russia by Aleksandr Afana’ev, 2009

A fox came by and asked: "Why are you weeping, Snow White?"; Snow White and the Fox - Myths and Legends of Russia by Aleksandr Afana’ev, 2009

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