Comic Creator

Marie Hjuler

(10 December 1894 - 10 August 1986, Denmark)  Denmark

Marie  Hjuler

Andersen adaptation by Marie Hjuler

Marie Hjuler was a Danish illustrator, who has illustrated several comic strip versions of tales by Hans Christian Andersen, like 'Den Lille Havfrue', 'Den Standhaftige Tinsoldat', 'De Vilde Svaner' and 'Snedronningen' in the 1930s, that also found their way to Dutch newspapers like De Gooi en Eemlander and Utrechts Nieuwsblad. She is also known for the 1950s children's series 'Lone og Lille Lasse'.

Andersen adaptation by Marie Hjuler
Andersen adaptation by Marie Hjuler
comic art by Marie Hjulercomic art by Marie Hjuler

Last updated: 2011-07-29

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