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Deutsches Märchen- und Wesersagenmuseum Grafische Sammlung [M 92/529A (neu), Bb II 76 (alt)]

Schwan, kleb' an

Schwan, kleb’ an (Deutsches Märchen- und Wesersagenmuseum CC BY-NC-SA)


Das Blatt zeigt die zentrale Aussage des Märchens "Schwan kleb' an" von Ludwig Bechstein. Im Vordergrund sieht man die Hauptfigur der Geschichte, Gottfried, mit dem Schwan, an dem schon sechs Menschen kleben blieben und nun mitgehen müssen. Am oberen Bildrand, bzw. im Hintergrund, ist die Equipage des Königs vor dem Schloßtor zu sehen. Beide Bilder sind durch zartes Rankenwerk verbunden.
Der Name des Illustrators findet sich links unten am Bildrand im grünen Gras: W. Schäfer 71.
Das Buch, aus dem Die Buchseite stammt, ist unbekannt. Das Blatt gehört zur Sammlung Paetow.




Blatt: 18,9 x 13,5 cm, Bild 15,2 x 10 cm

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