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Iceland Gallery

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Choose from 74 pictures in our Iceland collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Eruption of Mount Hecla, 1845. Creator: Smyth Featured Print

Eruption of Mount Hecla, 1845. Creator: Smyth

Eruption of Mount Hecla, 1845. Volcanic eruption in Iceland: '...the mountain burst in two places with a horrible crash, and vomited masses of fire...From the clouds of smoke and vapour, the top of the volcano could not be seen. The sheep on the heaths were driven down to the plains, but not till several of them were burnt. The waters of the neighbouring rivers...became so hot that the fish were killed, and it was impossible for any one to ford them even on horseback...The mountain consists mostly of sand and slags; the lava, forming a rugged and vitrified wall, like glazed bricks, seventy feet high, around its base...It is stated that a French doctor, in 1670, was assured that it was the entrance to the infernal regions, and that the devil was busily employed in handing down the souls of all those who had fallen in battle'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII.

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Page from the manuscript Gks 2365 4to, also known as Codex Regius" Featured Print

Page from the manuscript Gks 2365 4to, also known as Codex Regius"

Page from the manuscript Gks 2365 4to, also known as "Codex Regius". The oldest and most important manuscript of the poems of elder Edda, it was written in Iceland. The poems deal with the pagan gods and the heroes of Germanic legend. It was presented to King Frederik III in 1643 by Bishop Brynjolfur. Country of Origin: Iceland. Date/Period: Late 13th C. Place of Origin: Iceland. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Stofnun Arna Magnussonar a Islandi, Reykjavik, Iceland. Location: 10

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Page from the Codex Regius, Iceland, late 13th century. Artist: Werner Forman Featured Print

Page from the Codex Regius, Iceland, late 13th century. Artist: Werner Forman

Page from the Codex Regius, Iceland, late 13th century. Page from the manuscript Gks 2365 4to, also known as Codex Regius. The oldest and most important manuscript of the poems of elder Edda, it was written in Iceland. The poems deal with the pagan gods and the heroes of Germanic legend. It was presented to King Frederik III in 1643 by Bishop Brynjolfur. From the Stofnun Arna Magnussonar a Islandi, Reykjavik

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