Little red riding hood illustration

Characters of little red riding hood

The title of the story comes from the red hooded cloak[a] that the young protagonist always wears. It tells the story of this young girl when she meets the Big Bad Wolf in the forest and how she falls into the trap he sets for her shortly afterwards.

The Wolf arrives at Granny’s house first, pretends to be Little Red Riding Hood and asks if he can come in. Grandma lets him in, since the door is open; the Big Bad Wolf enters and eats Grandma in one bite. He then gets into bed to wait for Little Red Riding Hood. Once Little Red Riding Hood arrives at the house, the Wolf – pretending to be the grandmother – invites her to stay in bed with him and has the well-known dialogue with the astonished protagonist:[1][2] The story of Little Red Riding Hood.

The story of Little Red Riding Hood comes from the French folk tradition; numerous versions have been observed over time, which depend on the country and its culture.[3] However, not all similar stories are directly related to this tale.[4] The story of Little Red Riding Hood has been told in many different ways, depending on the country and its culture.[5] The story of Little Red Riding Hood has been told in many different ways.

Little red riding hood wolf

The title of the story comes from the red hooded cloak[a] that the young protagonist always wears. It tells the story of this young girl when she meets the Big Bad Wolf in the forest and how she falls into the trap he sets for her shortly afterwards.

The Wolf arrives at Granny’s house first, pretends to be Little Red Riding Hood and asks if he can come in. Grandma lets him in, since the door is open; the Big Bad Wolf enters and eats Grandma in one bite. He then gets into bed to wait for Little Red Riding Hood. Once Little Red Riding Hood arrives at the house, the Wolf – pretending to be the grandmother – invites her to stay in bed with him and has the well-known dialogue with the astonished protagonist:[1][2] The story of Little Red Riding Hood.

The story of Little Red Riding Hood comes from the French folk tradition; numerous versions have been observed over time, which depend on the country and its culture.[3] However, not all similar stories are directly related to this tale.[4] The story of Little Red Riding Hood has been told in many different ways, depending on the country and its culture.[5] The story of Little Red Riding Hood has been told in many different ways.

Drawings of the grandmother of little red riding hood

Little Red Riding Hood talks to us about questions that are part of our life and worry us all. As a good classic, the tale is continually reinvented by each author and generates a very personal imaginary that is worth analyzing.

This article proposes a journey through the fairy tale through the work of several current illustrators. In all of them, the influence of artistic movements such as Impressionism and the historical avant-garde can be observed.

Eric Battut (2) refers us to Van Gogh in this illustration, in a very similar concept of landscape: the sky so luminous and stirred, the yellow of the wheat fields of Arles in Provence, the simplicity in the forms, the rather flat representation of the objects, the sun as a regenerating force in a prominent place, the energy in the brushstroke and the expressiveness.

Above are umbrellas that walk alone, no one carries them. We do not know if the umbrellas rain like drops or are born from the city; in any case, it is a contradiction that serves as a game, illusionism. The forest of the city has something of magic, of entanglement, of distraction and play. They are paradoxes, intelligent visual games with which Amargo plays, in the manner of the surrealist Magritte. Images in which there is an apparent contradiction or real nonsense, which makes sense graphically to illustrate an idea.

Little red riding hood illustrator

4 One fine day her mother said to her, Look here, Little Red Riding Hood, here is a piece of cake and a bottle of milk to take to your grandmother; for she is ill and weak, and this will revive her. Walk carefully and do not stray from the road; lest you fall, and the bottle break, and grandmother be left with nothing. When you get to her house don’t forget to say good morning to her and don’t fiddle all over the place first. I’ll make everything all right, said Little Red Riding Hood, giving her mother a hug. 2

11 Little Red Riding Hood opened her eyes wide and saw how the sun’s rays pierced the branches of the trees and touched the beautiful flowers there. Admiringly, she thought, «If I bring Grandmother a bunch of fresh flowers, she will be pleased; and as it is so early in the morning, I shall be in time. Then, turning away from the path, she went deep into the forest in search of flowers. 9

12 While Little Red Riding Hood was picking flowers, the wolf rushed off to the old woman’s house and knocked on the door. TOC, TOC. Who is it? asked the grandmother in a weary voice. It’s Little Red Riding Hood, bringing you cake and milk; open up,» said the wolf in a refined voice. All you have to do is turn the doorknob, said Grandma; I am very weak and cannot get up. The wolf turned the doorknob, the door opened and, without another word, went straight to the bed where Grandma was lying and swallowed her in one bite. Then he put on his clothes, put on his coif, got into bed and closed the curtains. 10

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