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"The Snow Queen" An original painting by Emily Balivet. Acrylic on 11x14 canvas, 2012.

Folk Art Christmas Tomte Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Karl Haglund Swedish Folk Art Christmas Tomte Painting - border idea for closet armoireSwedish Folk Art Christmas Tomte Painting - border idea for closet armoire Norwegian Christmas, Danish Christmas, Scandinavian Christmas, Christmas Gnome, Christmas Art, Vintage Christmas Cards, Christmas Pictures, Illustration Noel, Cat Illustrations

Tomten Art | Fine Art America

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‘Bland Tomtar och Troll I’ / ‘Among Gnomes and Trolls I’ by John Bauer… John Bauer, Wicca, Fairytale Art, Scandinavian Art, Weird Creatures, Fantasy Inspiration, Fantastic Art, Children's Book Illustration, Surreal Art

‘Bland Tomtar och Troll I’ / ‘Among Gnomes and Trolls I’ by John Bauer, published 1907.

John Bauer - Nordic Myth and Fairytale Art and Illustration John Bauer, Art And Illustration, Animal Illustrations, Illustrations Posters, Sankta Lucia, Sainte Lucie, Fairytale Art, Winter Solstice, Art Inspo

Sankta Lucia: The Survival of a Nordic Sun Goddess

In Pre-Christian Scandinavia, the sun was represented as a solar goddess-Sol or Sunna. She is the sister of the moon and drives the chariot of the sun across the sky every day.

Yule goat and elf, Children's Fairy Tale Illustrator John Bauer John Bauer, Swedish Christmas, Scandinavian Christmas, Xmas, Art And Illustration, Book Illustrations, Troll, Boy Tumblr, Yule Goat

Picturing Winter, a Solstice Celebration

“I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape – the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn’t show.” — Andrew …

Tuatha Dé Danann, by Maÿon. In Irish-Celtic mythology, the Tuatha Dé Danann are the Irish race of gods, founded by the goddess Danu. Celtic Goddess, Celtic Mythology, The Goddess, Triple Goddess, Kunst Online, Fantasy Kunst, Celtic Art, Irish Celtic, Celtic Fantasy Art

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"la gente, de la tribu de la diosa Danu"), también conocido por el nombre anterior Tuath Dé ("tribu de los dioses"), son una raza de gente sobrenaturalmente-dotados en la mitología irlandesa. Se cree que representan las principales deidades del precristiano Irlanda gaélica.

 Trolls can be first see in Norse folklore, focused mainly in the early Scandinavian countries that the Vikings had total control over—such Arte Elemental, Fantasy Magic, Nature Spirits, Asatru, Norse Mythology, Gods And Goddesses, Mythical Creatures, Faeries, Oeuvre D'art

Trolls - From Ancient to Modern

Back in the day... Trolls can be first see in Norse folklore, focused mainly in the early Scandinavian countries that the Vikings had total control over—such

Beautiful John Bauer illustration, "The Christmas Tomten" John Bauer, Art And Illustration, Book Illustrations, Fairytale Art, Yule, Goblin, Graphic, Illustrators, Dragons

John Bauer - part 7

John Bauer Self-Portrait John Albert Bauer (1882 – 1918) was a Swedish painter and illustrator. His work is concerned with landscape and mythology, but he also composed portraits. He is best known for his illustrations of early editions of Bland tomtar och troll (Among Gnomes and Trolls), an anthology of Swedish folklore and fairy tales. For more information on John Bauer see part 1, and for earlier works, see parts 1 - 6 also. This is part 7 of a 7-part post on the works of John Bauer…

The Princess in the Forest by John Bauer. One of my favorite pictures as a child were the ones painted by John Bauer. I can almost smell the pine trees and the foggy forest. John Bauer, Art And Illustration, Forest People, Elves And Fairies, Nature Spirits, Fairytale Art, Faeries, Folklore, Troll

The Princess in the Forest Poster

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John Bauer – grandfather of scandinavian trolls

John Bauer is a master painter of dreamlike images picturing dark, earthy forests, inhabited by trolls, gnomes, merpeople and other cratures of Swedish Folklore. They are small, meticuolo…

Julbocken (The Yule Goat) cover by John Bauer, A Christmas magazine for big and small children Swedish Christmas, Christmas Night, Scandinavian Christmas, Vintage Christmas, Scandinavian Art, John Bauer, Samhain, Mabon, Yule Goat

the pagan origins of the yule goat

In Sweden, the Julbock, is a goat that delivers presents alongside the Jultomte on Christmas night. As with most folklore, the origins of this tradition lie within pre-Christian Scandinavian spiritual practices.

Here is a piece of a troll herb which nobody else but me can find. John Bauer Illustration for The Boy Who Could Not Be Scared. I love this, I’ve just found John Bauer’s illustrations and think. John Bauer, Art And Illustration, Fantasy Kunst, Fantasy Art, Fantasy Magic, Magic Herbs, Fairytale Art, Graphic, Illustrators

'The Boy Who Was Never Afraid - John Bauer' Canvas Print by forgottenbeauty

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The troll cross (trollkors) is a twisted piece of metal worn as an amulet to ward off malevolent magic. A charm worn by early Scandinavian peoples as protection against trolls and elves, the troll cross is an important part of Scandinavian folklore. Mythological Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Troll, Norse Pagan, Odin Norse Mythology, Norse Symbols, Roman Mythology, Greek Mythology

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