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Norse Mythology

Choose from 219 pictures in our Norse Mythology collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Heimdall Featured Norse Mythology Print


Heimdall (Old Norse Heimdallr, the prefix Heim- means home, the affix -dallr is of uncertain origin) one of the gods in Norse mythology. He is the guardian of the gods and of the link between Midgard and Asgard, the Bifrost Bridge. He will sound the Gjallarhorn, alerting the Aesir to the onset of Ragnarok where the world ends and is reborn. Illustration in The Olafur Brynjulfsson Edda, a manuscript which contains material from both the Younger and Elder Edda

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Midwinters Sacrifice, 1915 (oil on canvas) Featured Norse Mythology Print

Midwinters Sacrifice, 1915 (oil on canvas)

3086692 Midwinter's Sacrifice, 1915 (oil on canvas) by Larsson, Carl (1853-1919); 640 x 1360 cm; Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden; ( Midvinterblot; King Domalde in front of the temple in Uppsala, about to sacrifice himself in the belief that this selfless act will bring greater future harvests and general well-being to his people.
Story from the old Norse Edda by Snorre Sturlasson in 13th century.
); Swedish, out of copyright

© Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden / Bridgeman Images

Illustration from a manuscript of Snorri Sturlusons Prose Edda, Sweden, 14th century Featured Norse Mythology Print

Illustration from a manuscript of Snorri Sturlusons Prose Edda, Sweden, 14th century

Illustration from a manuscript of Snorri Sturluson's Prose Edda, Sweden, 14th century. Sturluson (1178-1241) was an Icelandic historian, poet and politician who wrote the Prose Edda, a narrative work of Norse Mythology. From the Universitetetsbiblioteket, Uppsala, Sweden

© Werner Forman Archive / Heritage-Images