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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.

Hans Christian Andersen Papercut

This was called a fertility goddess on another site. Paper cut by Hans Christian Andersen, Odense City Museums. The images may not be resold, used for advertisement, nor other commercial purposes.

Hans Christian Andersen Papercut

Hans Christian Anderson paper cuts as seen in the Odense City Museums- an unknown talent.

Cut after Vernets painting picturing Albert Thorvaldsen in his studio. Hans Christian Andersen Drawings, Odense City Museums

Cut after Vernets painting picturing Albert Thorvaldsen in his studio.

Two plinths with a wire between them - the wire is also supported by a man. On the wire two ballerinas are dancing, holding a wreath. Hans Christian Andersen Drawings, Odense City Museums

Two plinths with a wire between them - the wire is also supported by a man. On the wire two ballerinas are dancing, holding a wreath.

the art room plant: The Papercuts of Hans Christian Andersen I

I was amazed to find paper cuts and leaf cuts by Hans Christian Andersen today. I know that paper cutting is an ancient art in Mexi.

A stepped house with an open door. On top: gallows, but only one hanged. Palms, swans and ladies with fans. A lady head with a ballerina on top of the head - and a man leading her by the nose. Hans Christian Andersen Drawings, Odense City Museums

A stepped house with an open door. On top: gallows, but only one hanged. Palms, swans and ladies with fans. A lady head with a ballerina on top of the head - and a man leading her by the nose.

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.

Two women by a palm tree with a ballerina on top of it. Hans Christian Andersen Drawings, Odense City Museums

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

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