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Besides being created by a duo of female artists, the best thing about this 1929 illustration for “The Snow Queen,” one of the finest illustrations from 150 years of Hans Christian Andersen fairy tales, is that it looks like Amanda Palmer. 

Besides being created by a duo of female artists, the best thing about this 1929 illustration for “The Snow Queen,” one of the finest illustrations from 150 years of Hans Christian Andersen fairy tales, is that it looks like Amanda Palmer

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