By Theador Kittelsen
In this book, first published as Troldskab in 1892, Kittelsen spins tales of wonder around creatures rumored to haunt the fields, forests, and waterfalls of Norway. First and foremost are the trolls, hapless, horrible, or just plain silly, working their spells and making their mischief to the terror and delight of the presumably human reader. Theodor Kittelsen (1857–1914) was one of Norway’s most popular artists and is best known for his paintings
and illustrations from Norwegian folklore.
Hardcover 96 Pages.