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“Hans Christian Andersen”

  1. Pablo Auladell

    Pablo Auladell is an award-winning Spanish illustrator and cartoonist. His first publication, El camino del titiritero, came out in 2001 and earned him a Saló del Cómic de Barcelona Best Newcomer Award in 2002. He has since consistently worked on an average of four books each year. Having a particularly productive year In 2008, he released 9 titles. Totaling 60 books in just 14 years.

  2. Nika Goltz (1925 – 2012)

    Nika Goltz has been called, “one of the most talented and productive Russian children’s book illustrators.” In a career lasting over five decades, Goltz illustrated more than 100 children’s books.

  3. Edmund Dulac (1882 – 1953)

    Born in Toulouse France, Edmund Dulac moved to London and began his very accomplished book illustration career. Edmund worked on many of the great classics and fairytales including The Arabian Nights, The Tempest, Rubaiyat, The Sleeping Beauty and Stories from Hans Christian Andersen to name a few. His work has been published and re-published over the years.