Tove Jansson, moomin

Tove Jansson, moomin

Christmas tree by Tove Jansson.

Christmas tree by Tove Jansson.

tove jansson

tove jansson

'Who Will Comfort Toffle?' by Tove Jansson (translated by Kingsley Hart), published by Schildts, 1960

'Who Will Comfort Toffle?' by Tove Jansson (translated by Kingsley Hart), published by Schildts, 1960

Tove Jansson

Tove Jansson

Toffle

Toffle

Tove Jansson on the island of Bredskär in 1950. Tove and Lars Jansson bought the island and built a house called Vindrosen (The Wind Rose) in 1947. The whole family moved in except for Tove’s brother Per Olov Jansson (who also took this photo), since he already had a cottage on a nearby island. In post-war Finland, building material was hard to come by and among other things, nails were pulled out and straightened from old planks to make the building possible.

Tove Jansson on the island of Bredskär in 1950. Tove and Lars Jansson bought the island and built a house called Vindrosen (The Wind Rose) in 1947. The whole family moved in except for Tove’s brother Per Olov Jansson (who also took this photo), since he already had a cottage on a nearby island. In post-war Finland, building material was hard to come by and among other things, nails were pulled out and straightened from old planks to make the building possible.

Arabialta ensimmäinen Muumi-taidemuki yhteistyössä Muumimuseon kanssa - Moomin.com : Moomin.com

Arabialta ensimmäinen Muumi-taidemuki yhteistyössä Muumimuseon kanssa - Moomin.com : Moomin.com

Tove Jansson as a young woman

Tove Jansson as a young woman

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