Little Red Riding Hood (Original Watercolor Illustrations)

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Kimchi - A4 watercolor piece Marija Tiurina. Or look at slightly mysteriously effect achieved by the distance of he girl and the wolf in the illustration by Theodor Herrmann :. Are they afraid of each other? Who is more afraid? Are they playing hide and seek? Bad things are inevitable in this drawing from signed by Karl Muehlmeister , right?

We can forget some minor details like mushrooms, but if we stay at main differences, we should note the change of positions of both characters and the pose of the wolf. Both changes have the same effect — less tension and a story is a bit less scary already.

Little Red Riding Hood

Series of six illustrations is made by Hermann Vogel , another famous interpret of fairy tales by brothers Grimm. We can understand the whole story just looking at his illustrations, but he decided to leave out the nasty scenes with confrontations in the bedroom. Instead of that we can see two scenes from the end which is happy and idyllic. How about in other parts of Europe? First two scenes are pretty idyllic, but then things start to complicate…. Well, talking about suggestive scenes, we can check next series, made by Thomas Bewick , one of finest illustrators of his times.

Check for yourself:. The last scene is really screaming for censorship, right? Illustrations above are signed by Richard Andre with real name William Roger Snow who used at least one more pseudonym Clifford Merton. His illustration of Red Riding Hood is one of rare opportunities to see how is this artist using red color. We will finish our tour through classic illustrations of Little Red Riding Hood with another famous illustrator.

Jessie Wilcox Smith decided to portray the meeting of the girl with the beast with very obvious contrasts. Not only she looks very innocent and naive, and the wolf looks wicked and greedy, we can notice a play of light and shadows in the illustration, the eternal fight between good and evil, so common in classic fairy tales.

Jessie Willcox Smith is one of finest illustrators ever and this blog actually started with one of her masterpieces — illustrations of Water Babies by Charles Kingsley. Bonus: If you want to read more about this very special fairy tale, here are ten amazing facts about Red Riding Hood! You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email.

Notify me of new posts via email. Enough said. Paintings Although Red Riding Hood is popular all over the world we have to start somewhere. Nice walk through the wood and then — meeting with the beast… In last series we can see how George Frederic Watts and John Burr saw little girl with red cap. Her nickname was Red Riding Hood. Red Riding Hood's mother tells her to go take cake to her grandmother, who is ill. Red Riding Hood encounters a sly wolf on the way to grandmother's house. The wolf is cunning and asks Red Riding Hood about her trip and where her grandmother lives.

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Red Riding, as polite as she was, answered the wolf. The wolf ran ahead and found grandmother's house. The wolf preten This is a traditional tale loved by many. The wolf pretended to be Red Riding Hood and went into grandmother's house. The wolf swallowed the grandmother whole. The wolf disguised himself in grandmother's clothing. When Red came she did not realize right away it was the wolf not the grandmother in bed. In the end the wolf swallows Red Riding Hood also.

The woodcutter realizes that the wolf has eaten them up and cuts open his stomach. The story has a leading climax that many children adore. The anticipation in the story line is intense. I resonated with the beautiful illustrations. The pictures are dutch style painting capturing the essence and the old world charm. I think students would be drawn to the rising climax and the moral of the story. Red Riding Hood trusted a cunning stranger who appears to be nice, but really was looking for a tasty meal. Also about obedience. Red was told not to leave the path or talk to anyone.

This book translated and illustrated by Gennady Spirin provides not only a great visual perspective of the well-known tale, but also some minor changes that provide an interesting divergence from the traditional story.

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The story tells of Little Red Riding Hood pictured in the book dressed in what looks to be Dutch-inspired clothing and a red hood who is told by her mother to take a piece of cake, tucked in a basket, to her sick grandmother. Along the way, she runs into a wolf who is lavishly dr This book translated and illustrated by Gennady Spirin provides not only a great visual perspective of the well-known tale, but also some minor changes that provide an interesting divergence from the traditional story. Along the way, she runs into a wolf who is lavishly dressed and seems to be disproportionately bigger than Little Red Riding Hood.

The story contains some of the more traditional parts of the story such as "Oh Grandmother, what big ears you have". However, Spirin takes the liberty to make a few changes to other parts such as the story having two huntsmen instead of one and not including the part at the end of the story where the huntsmen stitch up the wolf's tummy after they put rocks in it after which the wolf tries to escape but is dragged down by all the rocks in his tummy and drops dead.

I found this deviation from the original tale to be somewhat refreshing and a nice change to the tale. This style of book with its extravagant and elegant watercolors and unique perspectives would fit well with a 1st-2nd grade elementary classroom. I really enjoyed this book and it's deliberate diversions from the original tale. View 1 comment. Oct 15, Courtney rated it really liked it Shelves: odu-libs. Critique: a. The unique Illustrations b. This is the first book I have read that had illustrations like this one.

I found myself stopping on every page to look at the detailed pictures. The style used creates a unique setting that connects with the 17th century, giving the classic tale a new look. With the he clothes that the characters are dressed in and the setting that is shown, the reader cant help but be reminded of the renaissance period. Sprirn also uses many dark colors, which portray a darker tone. On page 9 and 10, the wolf is centered in elegant clothes while looking down on the grandmother in her immaculate bed. Children would enjoy seeing a setting like this one because it is so different. Curriculum Connection: I would use this book in my classroom because I just love the illustrations.

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Man students already know this classic tale but I would love to see what they think of the illustrations. It would be great to have a class discussion and find out when and where they think this version takes place. Feb 18, Abbey Reeser rated it liked it. Spirin, G. Little Red Riding Hood. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Corporation.

Mother advised her to not leave the path, but a wolf passing by suggested she pick some flowers for her grandmother so she did. When Little Red arrived the wolf tricked her into thinking he was her grandmother, then he ate her too.

Hunters nearby heard the Spirin, G. Hunters nearby heard the wolf and once they saw his belly they knew he had eaten someone. They cut open his belly rescuing them both. They lived happily ever after! This was adapted from the Brothers Grimm; the illustrations were beautiful with Dutch flare.

The story is great for storytelling but some of the pictures and phrases in the story may be a bit much for younger children. I think this story would scare them more then entice them, even with a happy ending. I would likely read this story to or let a child who is around the age of 8 or 9 read this story on their own but personally I would not read this version to anyone younger than that.

Oct 01, Jerrica rated it really liked it. Just by looking at the cover, you can tell that this book was created years ago. It looks very antique-like, especially Little Red's face.


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The flowers that Little Red is holding foreshadows on what is going to happen in the story. As you open the book, I realized that the end pages were red hence the title of the book. When I started to read on, I noticed the font of the "O" in once upon a time. It looks somewhat old school-ish to me if i say so myself. Another thing I found out of date are the Just by looking at the cover, you can tell that this book was created years ago.

Another thing I found out of date are the illustrations inside of the book, which matched the cover. In some of the pages, the text is located in a frame while in other pages it's not. Before the wolf changed into Little Red's grandmother's clothes, the wolf was dressed up in a folktale type costume. I found it strange because from other versions of the Little Red Riding Hood, the wolf didn't wear any clothing. Same old ending, Little red Riding Hood learned to listen to her mother by not talking to strangers and to mind her business.

Dec 13, Michelle Cummings rated it really liked it Shelves: traditional-literature , conventions-trait , organization-trait. This version of the story has beautiful Dutch-inspired illustrations and an ending that is a little less gruesome than the original version of the story. This book could be used in the classroom to teach about writing conventions and would be appropriate for younger readers.

Genre: Traditional literature, picture books Classroom Use: There are a lot of repeated lines in this story which would make it a fun book to read aloud to students. Writing traits: I would use this to teach students about conventions because there are a lot of different types of punctuation that a teacher can go over with students. Another trait that I might use this book for is organization because I like the way the text is organized on each page with the illustrations.

Grade Level: 1st-3rd grade Dec 03, Naomi Lazar rated it liked it. In this classic retelling of the beloved story of Little Red Riding Hood, a young girl in a red cap takes a cake to her sick grandmother and on the way she met a wolf who she unwillingly gives her grandmother's location. This book had gorgeous illustrations that captured all of the magical and memorable moments and characters in the story in lavish watercolors, especially when Little Red Riding Hood was commenting on all of her "granny's" features. The story has a good moral to it, which is alway In this classic retelling of the beloved story of Little Red Riding Hood, a young girl in a red cap takes a cake to her sick grandmother and on the way she met a wolf who she unwillingly gives her grandmother's location.

The story has a good moral to it, which is always listen to your mother, never talk to strangers, and never stray from your path.

The fact that Little Red Riding Hood gave her grandmother's location to a wolf and trusted the wolf was not very smart of her. She is an easily impressionable character that will tell any person, or in this case, animal, that she meets, private information just because they're a nice person, which is not a very redeeming quality to have.

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