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Illustrated by Rudolf Koivu, 1940 H.C. Andersen: The Snow Queen. Rudolf Koivu was Finnish artist, who mainly illustrated fairy tales.

Illustrated by Rudolf Koivu, 1940 H.C. Andersen: The Snow Queen. Rudolf Koivu was Finnish artist, who mainly illustrated fairy tales.

Illustrated by Rudolf Koivu, 1940 Rudolf Koivu was Finnish artist, who mainly illustrated fairy tales.

Illustrated by Rudolf Koivu, 1940 Rudolf Koivu was Finnish artist, who mainly illustrated fairy tales.

Fairytale Illustrations by Rudolf Koivu.

Fairytale Illustrations by Rudolf Koivu.

Rudolf Koivu (1890 - 1946) was a Finnish illustrator and painter, best known for illustrating books of fairytales for children

Rudolf Koivu (1890 - 1946) was a Finnish illustrator and painter, best known for illustrating books of fairytales for children

Rudolf Koivu (and the Helsinki city rabbits)

Rudolf Koivu (and the Helsinki city rabbits)

by Finnish illustrator and artist Rudolf Koivu (1890-1946)

by Finnish illustrator and artist Rudolf Koivu (1890-1946)

"The Swineherd" Art by Rudolf Koivu - A Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tale - Denmark

"The Swineherd" Art by Rudolf Koivu - A Hans Christian Andersen Fairy Tale - Denmark

Rudolf Koivu; Snowqueen.Rudolf Koivu (1890 – 1946) was a Finnish illustrator and painter, best known for illustrating books of fairytales for children, which are enduringly and timelessly popular. He was born in St. Petersburg. He illustrated stories by Zacharias Topelius, Anni Swan and Hans Christian Andersen, among others. Koivu died in Helsinki in 1946. In his honor, the Rudolf Koivu Prize was established in 1949. It is awarded biennially to Finnish illustrators of children's books.

Rudolf Koivu; Snowqueen.Rudolf Koivu (1890 – 1946) was a Finnish illustrator and painter, best known for illustrating books of fairytales for children, which are enduringly and timelessly popular. He was born in St. Petersburg. He illustrated stories by Zacharias Topelius, Anni Swan and Hans Christian Andersen, among others. Koivu died in Helsinki in 1946. In his honor, the Rudolf Koivu Prize was established in 1949. It is awarded biennially to Finnish illustrators of children's books.

This is an illustration from a Finnish children's book

Rudolf Koivu Christmas Pictures

This is an illustration from a Finnish children's book

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