Illustration extracted from the tale The Widow’s Son, published in East of the Sun and West of the Moon (1914).
The art print is sold mounted in a custom-made passepartout and framed in a wooden frame made of solid oak (external dimensions: 31,5 x 25,5 cm, depth 20 mm).
Then the Princess said to her maid:
“Go gently, and just pull his wig off;” and she went up to him.
But just as she was going to whisk it off, he caught hold of it with both hands, and said she should never have it. After that he lay down again, and began to snore. Then the Princess gave her maid a wink, and this time she whisked off the wig; and there lay the lad so lovely, and white and red, just as the Princess had seen him in the morning sun.