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Jens Adolf Jerichau (maler) - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

Jens Adolf Jerichau (maler) - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

Northern Gods by SceithAilm on deviantARTfrom left to right: Hel, Freyr, Heimdallr, Freyja, Baldr, Sif, Thor, Odin, Loki, Skadi, Njord, Idun, Tyr

Northern Gods by SceithAilm on deviantARTfrom left to right: Hel, Freyr, Heimdallr, Freyja, Baldr, Sif, Thor, Odin, Loki, Skadi, Njord, Idun, Tyr

Valkyrie                                                                                                                                                                                 More

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Udsigt fra vindue i Frederiksberg Alle by Poul S. Christiansen

Udsigt fra vindue i Frederiksberg Alle by Poul S. Christiansen

Jeune bretonne by Mogens Ballin

Jeune bretonne by Mogens Ballin

Johannes Holbek, Planten, 1894, olie på lærred, 79,5 x 64 cm, Museum Jorn. Statens Museum for Kunst

Johannes Holbek, Planten, 1894, olie på lærred, 79,5 x 64 cm, Museum Jorn. Statens Museum for Kunst

J. F. Willumsen - The Quays of Paris

J. F. Willumsen - The Quays of Paris

Udsigt over Lyngby sø (View over Lyngby lake) Poul Simon Christiansen

Udsigt over Lyngby sø (View over Lyngby lake) Poul Simon Christiansen

This image is a gold plate from 9th century AD Torshov (The Temple of Thorr), Akershus, Norway, showing the image of a tree – probably the World Tree.  .  The World Tree represents the universe and is known by many names, the most famous being Yggdrasill – “The Old/Terrifying Steed” (Yggr is also a name of Óðinn, meaning Old or Terrifying – Drasill means a steed, usually a horse).

This image is a gold plate from 9th century AD Torshov (The Temple of Thorr), Akershus, Norway, showing the image of a tree – probably the World Tree. . The World Tree represents the universe and is known by many names, the most famous being Yggdrasill – “The Old/Terrifying Steed” (Yggr is also a name of Óðinn, meaning Old or Terrifying – Drasill means a steed, usually a horse).

Mogens Ballin (1872-1914) – Paysage breton (1891)

Mogens Ballin (1872-1914) – Paysage breton (1891)

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