The Ice Maiden by Edmund Dulac, 1915,
illustration for The Ice Maiden by Hans Christian Andersen, 1861.
In the story of The Ice Maiden, a young boy falls into a crevasse in a glacier and into the the realm of the Ice Maiden who bestows a kiss on him, but he is rescued before she can make him completely her own.
She sails on a light pine twig over the foaming river below, and leaps lightly from one rock to another, with her long, snow-white hair fluttering about her, and her blue-green robe glistening like the water in the deep Swiss lakes.
She is not a kindly maiden, but a cruel and beautiful one, just like winter.