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Man in Boots

Man in Boots

papercuttings by Hans Christian Andersen

Page from Hans Christian Andersen’s Fairy Tales - Hans Christian Andersen Centre

papercut, H.C.Andersen

In Andersen's paper-cuts you see His poetry! A medley of diverting treasures All done with scissors.

"Through out his life Hans Christian Andersen was an addict to paper. He wrote on it, he drew on it - and he used it to cut in." "The images may be used for non-commercial purposes with the following notification: Source: Odense City Museums. The images may not be resold, used for advertisement, nor other commercial purposes."  http://hca.museum.odense.dk/klip/billedstart.asp?language=en#

Hans Christian Andersen Papercuts - Odense City Museums - To Hans Christian…

Hans Christian Andersen Drawings, Odense City Museums

Hans Christian Andersen Ballerina in silver paper Paper cutting

H.C. Andersen papirklip: Møllemand med hat

Millman with hat - stairs and two hearts - the two lower wings are also penholders, the two upper wings are pointed hands.

Silueteados recortables

Two women by a palm tree with a ballerina on top of it.

Paper cut by Hans Christian Andersen. Odense City Museums (http://museum.odense.dk)

Hands from above with ballerina underneath Discover all the paper cuts by Andersen here.

Goblin? Paper cut by Hans Christian Andersen, Odense City Museums.  Source: Odense City Museums. The images may not be resold, used for advertisement, nor other commercial purposes.

Paper cut by Hans Christian Andersen, Odense City Museums. The images may not be resold, used for advertisement, nor other commercial purposes.

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