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Reblogged from fairytaleslive
Sechs auf einen Streich is a German fairy tale series. It’s called “six in one go” because 6 fairy tale films were produced the first year. They were successful and the next year they produced 8 films. Starting with 2010, 4 films are produced every year. So far, there are 30 films in the series. 26 of them are based on Brothers Grimms’ fairy tales and 4 are based on Andersen’s. The gifset does not include this year’s (2013) films.
Reblogged from terriwindling
Deer in art, myth, and poetry on Myth & Moor:
The art above is: “Brother and Sister” (cover image for an edition of Grimms’ Fairy Tales) by John Barton Gruelle, “The Mystic Wood” by John William Waterhouse, photograph of a newborn muntjac fawn, “White-tail Fawn Reclining” (bronze) by Mark Rossi, “This Isn’t Happiness” (installation) by Myeongbeom Kim, and winged deer in a medieval French tapestry design.