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Fenrir and Víðarr by Lorenz Frølich

Fenrir and Víðarr by Lorenz Frølich

A depiction of the god Víðarr crushing the the wolf Fenrir with his mighty boot (1895) by Lorenz Frølich. Title not given in work.

Frigg and Odin in Grímnismál by Frølich

Frigg and Odin in Grímnismál by Frølich

The goddess Frigg and her husband, the god Odin, sit in Hliðskjálf and gaze into "all worlds" and make a wager as described in Grímnismál.

Hyldemoer ubt - Drawing. Public domain image.

Hyldemoer ubt - Drawing. Public domain image.

Public domain reproduction of artwork, 17th century, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description.

Lorenz Frølich - Svävande ängel bärande en kvinna, åtföljda av en kerub - NMH 399-1938 - Nationalmuseum
Loki and Sigyn by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Loki and Sigyn by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Sigyn is emptying her cup as a drop of poison falls on the bound Loki.

Lorenz Frølich 004 ubt - Drawing. Public domain image.

Lorenz Frølich 004 ubt - Drawing. Public domain image.

Dansk: børn English: children Polski: dzieci

Lorenz Frølich, 2 koty, ubt - Drawing. Public domain image.

Lorenz Frølich, 2 koty, ubt - Drawing. Public domain image.

Dansk: to katte English: two cats Polski: dwa koty

Líf and Lífthrasir by Lorenz Frølich

Líf and Lífthrasir by Lorenz Frølich

A depiction of Líf and Lífþrasir (1895) by Lorenz Frølich. Líf and Lífþrasir, the only surviving woman and man (respectively) of Ragnarök, stand side by side. Water falls between them, while an eagle nests abov... More

Odin and Gunnlöð by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Odin and Gunnlöð by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Odin embraces Gunnlöð while she holds a container full of the Mead of Poetry, accompying description found in Hávamál.

Tanngrisnir and Tanngnjóstr by Frølich

Tanngrisnir and Tanngnjóstr by Frølich

After defeating Hymir and his many-headed army, Thor discovers that one his goats is lame in the leg. Týr watches on.

Thor Destroys the Giant Thrym - Drawing. Public domain image.

Thor Destroys the Giant Thrym - Drawing. Public domain image.

Thor Destroys the Giant Thrym. At the end of Þrymskviða, Þórr gets his hammer back and uses it to kill the giants.

Æsir games by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Æsir games by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

The gods merrily build and play games, as described in the early stanzas of Völuspá.

Lorenz Frølich - Italienska bönder i Rom - NMH 402-1938 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Charon i sin båt - NMH 395-1938 - Nationalmuseum
Idun Brought Back to Asgard - Drawing. Public domain image.
Froelich rolf-krake-kaster-gullet

Froelich rolf-krake-kaster-gullet

Lorenz Frølich. 1856. Rolf Krake escape the enemy by throw the gold.

Modet - Public domain  drawing

Modet - Public domain drawing

Dansk: Modet Public domain scan of 19th century Danish drawing, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Gefion and King Gylphi - Drawing. Public domain image.

Gefion and King Gylphi - Drawing. Public domain image.

Gefion and King Gylphi Public domain photograph of a horse chariot, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Hyndla og Freia by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Hyndla og Freia by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

The goddess Freyja with her boar Hildisvíni go to see Hyndla, as attested in Hyndluljóð. Image appears as an illustration for Hyndluljóð.

Járnviðr and Eggthér by Frølich

Járnviðr and Eggthér by Frølich

An old woman raises wolves in the wood Járnviðr (left) and the herdsman Eggthér happily plays his harp while the rooster Fjalar crows at the onset of Ragnarök as attested in Völuspá. Image appears as an illustr... More

Loki and Þjazi by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.
Lokasenna by Lorenz Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Lokasenna by Lorenz Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

A depiction of Norse gods assembled as in the Poetic Edda poem Lokasenna (1895) by Lorenz Frølich.

Odin, Lodur, Hoenir skabe Ask og Embla by Frølich

Odin, Lodur, Hoenir skabe Ask og Embla by Frølich

Caption reads "Odin, Lodur, Hoenir skabe Ask og Embla". Hœnir, Lóðurr and Odin create Askr and Embla.

Skirner og Gerd (1907) by L. Frølich

Skirner og Gerd (1907) by L. Frølich

The second of three Skírnismál images by Frølich depicting Freyr's messenger Skírnir threating Gerðr.

Freia Gestures to Hyndla by Frølich

Freia Gestures to Hyndla by Frølich

The goddess Freyja is nuzzled by her boar Hildisvíni while gesturing to Hyndla, as attested in Hyndluljóð. Image appears as an illustration for Hyndluljóð.

Listed Völuspá Dwarves by Frølich

Listed Völuspá Dwarves by Frølich

An illustration accompanying the list of dwarven names found in Völuspá.

Lorenz Frølich, Danse danse dukke min, ubt

Lorenz Frølich, Danse danse dukke min, ubt

Illustration to Dandse, Dandse Dukke Min

Odin and Sága by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.
Odin and his brothers create the world

Odin and his brothers create the world

Deutsch: Odin und seine Brüder schaffen die Welt aus dem Körper von Ymir. Druckgraphik von Lorenz Frølich English: Odin and his two brothers create the world out of the body of Ymir. By Lorenz Frølich Françai... More

Lorenz Frølich - "Der skulle vare 2 skilling i byxfickan" - NMH 55-1974 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Hero and Leander - NMH 70-1901 - Nationalmuseum
Odin og Völven by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Odin og Völven by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Odin holds bracelets and leans on his spear while looking towards the völva in Völuspá. Gesturing, the völva holds a spoon and sits beside a steaming kettle. The text "V:14" in the bottom left corner refers to ... More

Thor (1907) by Lorenz Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Thor (1907) by Lorenz Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Thor as depicted (1907) by Lorenz Frølich.

Lorenz Frølich - Ett par barn och en katt, 6 st numrerade barnboksillustrationer - NMH 401-1938 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Æsir-Thor - NMH 425-1925 - Nationalmuseum
Odin holding Gungnir atop Sleipnir by Frølich

Odin holding Gungnir atop Sleipnir by Frølich

Odin rides atop the horse Sleipnir (here depicted with four legs rather than his characteristic eight), holding his spear Gungnir. Odin is presumably riding to find information about his son Baldr's bad dreams,... More

Skírnir and Gerðr III by Frølich

Skírnir and Gerðr III by Frølich

The third of three Skírnismál images by Frølich depicting Freyr's messenger Skírnir threating Gerðr.

Froelich rolf-krake-hopper-over-ilden

Froelich rolf-krake-hopper-over-ilden

Lorenz Frølich. 1856. Rolf Krake jumbs over the fire.

Ymir gets killed by Froelich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Ymir gets killed by Froelich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Public domain reproduction of art print, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

The death of Thor and Jörmungandr by Frølich

The death of Thor and Jörmungandr by Frølich

Thor and Jörmungandr lay dead—having mutually killed one another during the events of Ragnarök—as foretold in Völuspá.

Lorenz Frølich - Hero och Leander - NMH 69-1901 - Nationalmuseum
Loki in flight by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Loki in flight by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Loki in flight after borrowing Freyja's feather cloak to retrieve Thor's hammer Mjöllnir, as told in Þrymskviða.

Three Norns by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Three Norns by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

The norns Urðr, Verðandi, and Skuld at the well Urðarbrunnr. The serpent Níðhöggr presumably gnaws at the roots of the tree Yggdrasil below. No caption or title provided in work.

Völva, Odin, Sleipnir and Helhound by Frølich

Völva, Odin, Sleipnir and Helhound by Frølich

Odin and his horse Sleipnir meet with an unnamed völva in Hel as described in Baldrs draumar. Sleipnir and the Helhound Garm stare at one another.

Æsir-Vanir war by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Æsir-Vanir war by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Odin throws a spear at the Vanir host in the Æsir-Vanir war.Français : Odin lançant une lance aux Vanes durant la guerre entre les Ases et les Vanes.

Týr by Frølich

Týr by Frølich

The god Týr, one-handed, stands before the bound wolf Fenrir. Illustration appears within the Hymiskviða section of this translation.

Fenrir and Odin by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Fenrir and Odin by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Odin rides forth to battle against Fenrir during Ragnarök.

Hvad Tidselen oplevede by Lorentz Froelich
Iðunn, Loki, Heimdallr and Bragi by Frølich

Iðunn, Loki, Heimdallr and Bragi by Frølich

From left to right: Iðunn, Loki, Heimdallr and Bragi. Illustration of a scene from the poem Hrafnagaldr Óðins.

Skírnir and Gerðr I by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Skírnir and Gerðr I by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

The first of three Skírnismál images by Frølich depicting Freyr's messenger Skírnir threating Gerðr.

Sól, her daughter, and Fenrir by Lorenz Frølich

Sól, her daughter, and Fenrir by Lorenz Frølich

A depiction of the goddess Sól, her daughter, and the wolf Fenrir (1895) by Lorenz Frølich. Title not given in work.

Thor and Jörmungandr by Frølich

Thor and Jörmungandr by Frølich

The final battle between Thor and Jörmungandr during Ragnarök.

Thyra Danebod - Drawing. Public domain image.

Thyra Danebod - Drawing. Public domain image.

Thyra Danebod by Lorenz Frølich

Lorenz Frølich - Självporträtt - NMH 52-1974 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Mytologisk komposition - NMH 397-1938 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Frölich vid staffliet - NMH 157-1913 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Hero och Leander - NMH 63-1901 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Räv som biter en höna - NMH 156-1913 - Nationalmuseum
Freyr and Surtr by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.
Lorenz Frølich - zając ubt - Drawing. Public domain image.
Máni and Sól by Lorenz Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Máni and Sól by Lorenz Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

A depiction of the god Máni and the goddess Sól (1895) by Lorenz Frølich. Title not given in work.

The return of Svipdagr to Menglöð by Frølich

The return of Svipdagr to Menglöð by Frølich

Svipdagr is reunited with Menglöð as described in Fjölsvinnsmál.

A drawing of two men standing next to each other. Two Völuspá Dwarves by Frølich - Public domain dedication image

A drawing of two men standing next to each other. Two Völuspá Dwarves ...

An illustration of two dwarves for Völuspá. Uncaptioned, and no title given.

Froelich vigge blir fort for kongen

Froelich vigge blir fort for kongen

Lorenz Frølich. 1856. Wigg is taken for Hiartuar.

Lorenz Frølich - Hero and Leander - NMH 72-1901 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Hero and Leander - NMH 59-1901 - Nationalmuseum
Grathe Hede - Froelich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Grathe Hede - Froelich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Dansk: Slaget på Grathe Hede, 23. oktober 1157 English: Battle of Grathe Heath as the artist da:Lorenz Frølich imagined.

Lorenz Frølich, pietruszka tanczy, ubt

Lorenz Frølich, pietruszka tanczy, ubt

Polski: Pietruszka tańczy Public domain scan of drawing, botanical illustration, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Lorenz Frølich - Två hundar - NMH 403-1938 - Nationalmuseum
Freyja with servant and feather cloak and Thor and Loki by Frølich

Freyja with servant and feather cloak and Thor and Loki by Frølich

Freyja (with an unnamed servant) present Thor and Loki with her feather cloak, as told in Þrymskviða. Freyja's cats seem fond of Loki.

Thor and Elli by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Thor and Elli by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Thor wrestles Elli and falls to his knee

Thor lifts the cat - Drawing. Public domain image.

Thor lifts the cat - Drawing. Public domain image.

Thor tries to lift Jörmungandr in the guise of a cat.

Web-magnussen - Public domain scenic drawing

Web-magnussen - Public domain scenic drawing

Lorenz Frøhlich (1820–1908), Portrait of C.C. Magnussen, drawing on paper, 1853 Deutsch: Lorenz Frøhlich (1820–1908), Portrait von C.C. Magnussen, Zeichnung auf Papier, 1853

Lorenz Frølich - Den gudomliga komedin - NMH 398-1938 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - The Resurrection of the Knights Templar - NMH 221-1923 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Hero och Leander - NMH 64-1901 - Nationalmuseum
Fliden - Public domain  drawing

Fliden - Public domain drawing

Dansk: Fliden Public domain scan of 19th century Danish drawing, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Odin as Grímnir by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Odin as Grímnir by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

The title page for the poem Grímnismál, featuring Odin in the guise of "Grímnir," growing concerned at the growing flames.

Thor wades while the æsir ride by Frølich

Thor wades while the æsir ride by Frølich

Thor wades rivers while the rest of the æsir ride across the bridge Bifröst as described in Grímnismál.

Óttarr by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Óttarr by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Freyja's faithful servant Óttar holds a memory drought so that he may retain his newly-gained knowledge of his lineage while standing atop what presumably is the head of the boar Hildisvíni, which he was disgui... More

Lorenz Frølich - Elisabeth von Essen - NMH 53-1974 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Hero och Leander - NMH 61-1901 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Hero and Leander - NMH 60-1901 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Naken yngling vid två barbröstade kvinnors fötter - NMH 400-1938 - Nationalmuseum
Autoportret L Frølicha ubt - Public domain portrait drawing
Frigg and Odin by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Frigg and Odin by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Two figures, a female and a male, sit and mourn silently in a boat. The image features no caption or text of any kind and appears on a page following the poem Völuspá hin skamma. Therefore, the image very likel... More

Odin and Frigg from Vafþrúðnismál by Lorenz Frølich

Odin and Frigg from Vafþrúðnismál by Lorenz Frølich

The god Odin and his wife, the goddess Frigg, from the beginning of the poem Vafþrúðnismál (1895) by Lorenz Frølich. Title not given in work.

Víðarr on horseback by Lorenz Frølich

Víðarr on horseback by Lorenz Frølich

A depiction of the god Víðarr on horseback (1895) by Lorenz Frølich. Title not given in work.

Lorenz Frølich - Hero och Leander - NMH 66-1901 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Charlotte Hardwick, f. In de Betou.Paris - NMH 49-1974 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - John Hunter- hardwick - NMH 50-1974 - Nationalmuseum
Lorenz Frølich - Grälande småflickor - NMH 404-1938 - Nationalmuseum
Heiðrún by Lorenz Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Heiðrún by Lorenz Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

The goat Heiðrún consumes the foliage of the tree Læraðr, while her udders produce mead, which is collected in a pot bellow, as attested in Grímnismál. Image appears as an illustration for Grímnismál. No captio... More

Lorenz Frølich, Klaun, ubt - Drawing. Public domain image.
Stærkodder Søger Døden (1907) by Lorenz Frølich

Stærkodder Søger Døden (1907) by Lorenz Frølich

Starkaðr seeks death as depicted (1907) by Lorenz Frølich.

Hild, Thrud and Hløkk by Frølich

Hild, Thrud and Hløkk by Frølich

Three ale-bearing valkyries (captioned as "Hild, Thrud and Hløkk") in Valhalla in an illustration for Grímnismál.

Lorenz Frølich - Siri von Essen som flicka - NMH 54-1974 - Nationalmuseum
Odin and Vafþrúðnir by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Odin and Vafþrúðnir by Frølich - Drawing. Public domain image.

Both seated, Odin and the wise jötunn Vafþrúðnir engage in a game of wits. A woman stands centrally behind them, holding a wreath. The woman is not attested in Vafþrúðnismál and seems to be an invention of the artist.

Lorenz Froelich-tegning - Drawing. Public domain image.

Lorenz Froelich-tegning - Drawing. Public domain image.

Dansk: Odin og Vølven, illustration til Karl Gjellerups gendigtning af Den ældre Eddas Gudesange

Lorenz Frølich - Eva Frölich - NMH 51-1974 - Nationalmuseum
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