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Fairy Tales in Italy and France: Open Access

French and Italian fairy tales written between 1550 and 1750: connections to each other and to contemporary fairy tales literature, film, and the arts

Exhibitions

Fairy Tales Artistic Expressions

Frontal photo of castle Neuschawanstein in summer time.

Castle Neuschwanstein, Germany

Image used under the Creative Commons CC BY-SA 3.0.

Drawing of manga Fairy Tail Tartarus Arc Promo

Fairy Tail Tartarus Arc Promo

Image used under the Creative Commons License (CC BY 2.0).

Marta Shmatava 2010 Fairy tale

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De La Salle

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Sleeping beauty dress on a pink dress with two maidens seated on the floor, one dressed in green and the other dressed on gray. Print : lithograph, hand-colored

The Sleeping Beauty

Print : lithograph, hand-colored, c1919. No known restrictions on publication. 

Black and white painting displays two girl listening while a woman read a book.

Fairy Tales

Photograph of a painting signed "J. Shannon, 1896" at Metropolitan Museum of Art. No known restrictions on publication.

Your favorite fairy tale

Perrault's “Sleeping Beauty”: 0 votes (0%)
Basile's “Sapia Licarda”: 0 votes (0%)
Straparola's “Cesarino, the Dragon-Slayer”: 0 votes (0%)
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D’Aulnoy's “The Dolphin”: 0 votes (0%)
Straparola's “Pietro the Fool”: 0 votes (0%)
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