File:Men hur kommer man in i berget, frågade tomtepojken.jpg

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creator QS:P170,Q214043
Title
But how do I get into the mountain, the gnome boy asked
Medium watercolor on paper
medium QS:P186,Q22915256;P186,Q11472,P518,Q861259
Dimensions 24.7 × 24.4 cm (9.7 × 9.6 ″)
Source/Photographer Illustration to Alfred Smedberg's The trolls and the gnome boy in the childrens' stories collection Among pixies and trolls, 1909
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See also[edit]

Image:Mitt på golvet stod en öppen kista och sutto två förskräckliga troll.jpg from the same story

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current18:12, 1 November 2005Thumbnail for version as of 18:12, 1 November 20051,371 × 1,386 (3.3 MB)Thuresson (talk | contribs)*Namn: ''Men hur kommer man in i berget, frågade tomtepojken'' *Name: ''But how do I get into the mountain, the gnome boy asked'' *Konstnär / Artist: John Bauer *Källa: Illustration till ''Trollen och tomtepojken'', 1909 *Source: Illustration to ''
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