Illustration extracted from the tale East of the Sun and West of the Moon, published in 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 came the White Bear to fetch her, and she got upon his back with her bundle, and off they went.
So, when they had gone a bit of the way, the White Bear said:
“Are you afraid?”
“No,” she wasn’t.
“Well! Mind and hold tight by my shaggy coat, and then there’s nothing to fear,” said the Bear.
So she rode a long, long way, till they came to a great steep hill. There, on the face of it, the White Bear gave a knock, and a door opened, and they came into a castle where there were many rooms all lit up; rooms gleaming with silver and gold; and there, too, was a table ready laid, and it was all as grand as grand could be. Then the White Bear gave her a silver bell; and when she wanted anything, she was only to ring it, and she would get it at once.