Hansel & Gretel as illustrated by Will Moses (yes, he is the grandson of Grandma Moses) offers a very American folk artist rendition of the classic tale. And it works well enough. I find this version quite charming because it is more unusual, but not drastically so. This isn't the book for introducing the tale. I think Zelinsky's Hansel and Gretel is best for that. But this one makes the tale interesting to look at again and a little safer since the terror elements are downplayed somewhat.
Here are some illustrations: