Pinterest
Detail from one of the illustrations for ‘The Naughty Boy’ in Hans Christian Andersen’s Fairy Tales selected and illustrated by Lisbeth Zwerger

The Naughty Boy’ in Hans Christian Andersen’s Fairy Tales selected and illustrated by Lisbeth Zwerger

“The Seven Ravens” by the Brothers Grimm; illustrations by Lisbeth Zwerger.

Fairy Tales with Lisbeth Zwerger

The Most Beautiful Illustrations from 200 Years of Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales | Brain Pickings

The Most Beautiful Illustrations from 200 Years of Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales

The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, Reimagined in Uncommonly Soulful Illustrations by Austrian Artist Lisbeth Zwerger – Brain Pickings

The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, Reimagined in Uncommonly Soulful Illustrations by Austrian Artist Lisbeth Zwerger | Brain Pickings

The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, Reimagined in Uncommonly Soulful Illustrations by Austrian Artist Lisbeth Zwerger

The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, Reimagined in Uncommonly Soulful Illustrations by Austrian Artist Lisbeth Zwerger | Brain Pickings

The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, Reimagined in Uncommonly Soulful Illustrations by Austrian Artist Lisbeth Zwerger | Brain Pickings

The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, Reimagined in Uncommonly Soulful Illustrations by Austrian Artist Lisbeth Zwerger

The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, Reimagined in Uncommonly Soulful Illustrations by Austrian Artist Lisbeth Zwerger – Brain Pickings

The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, Reimagined in Uncommonly Soulful Illustrations by Austrian Artist Lisbeth Zwerger | Brain Pickings

The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, Reimagined in Uncommonly Soulful Illustrations by Austrian Artist Lisbeth Zwerger

The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, Reimagined in Uncommonly Soulful Illustrations by Austrian Artist Lisbeth Zwerger – Brain Pickings

Lisbeth Zwerger

The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, Reimagined in Uncommonly Soulful Illustrations by Austrian Artist Lisbeth Zwerger

Tales of the Brothers Grimm with illustrations Lisbeth Zwerger (2013)

The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales, Reimagined in Uncommonly Soulful Illustrations by Austrian Artist Lisbeth Zwerger