Harry Clarke: 'The March King's Daughter'
Dyndhongens datter/The March King's Daughter, 1858,
written by Hans Christian Andersen starts like this:
'The storks tell many, many stories to their young ones,
all about the bogs and marshes. In general each story is
suited to the age and sense of the little storks. While the
youngest ones are satisfied with, 'Kribble-krabble,
plurry-murry', and think it a very fine story, the older
ones demand something with more sense to it, or at
least something about the family....[...] '
You can read the rest here: in English or in Danish
William Heath Robinson:
'The Marsh King's Daughter', 1913
Portrait of H.C. Andersen
by Carl Hartmann, 1840
Oskar Klever, illustration for
'Dyndkongens datter', 2004
The Marsh King's Daughter
Arnold Thornam: 'Dyndkongens datter'
Dugald Stewart Walker: 'The Marsh King's Daughter', 1914
Rex Whistler: 'Marsh King's Daughter'
Both: Anne Anderson (1874-1930):
'The Marsh King's Daughter'