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The Valkyries Collection

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Ride of the Valkyries. Artist: Delitz

Ride of the Valkyries. Artist: Delitz
Ride of the Valkyries. Scene from Richard Wagners (1813-1883) opera The Valkyrie, showing Brunhilde bearing a wounded warrior to Valhalla

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: I flee for the first time and am pursued, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham

I flee for the first time and am pursued, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham
I flee for the first time and am pursued, 1910. I flee for the first time and am pursued: Warfather follows close. He nears, he nears, in fury! Save this woman! Sisters, your help!

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: The sleep of Brunnhilde, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham

The sleep of Brunnhilde, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham
The sleep of Brunnhilde, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. Brunnhilde sleeps in the fire circle, destined to be there until a hero can break through the magic ring to awaken her

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: As he moves slowly away, Wotan turns and looks sorrowfully back at Brunnhilde, 1910

As he moves slowly away, Wotan turns and looks sorrowfully back at Brunnhilde, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Appear, flickering fire, Encircle the rock with thy flame! Loge! Loge! Appear!, 1910

Appear, flickering fire, Encircle the rock with thy flame! Loge! Loge! Appear!, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: The ride of the Valkyries, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham

The ride of the Valkyries, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham
The ride of the Valkyries, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie, 1910. The Valkyries flee from Wotans wrath at Brunnhildes misdemeanour. Private collection

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: There is a dread Dragon he sojourns, and in a cave keeps watch over Alberichs ring, 1910

There is a dread Dragon he sojourns, and in a cave keeps watch over Alberichs ring, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Brunnhilde with her horse at the mouth of the cave, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham

Brunnhilde with her horse at the mouth of the cave, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham
Brunnhilde with her horse at the mouth of the cave, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. Brunnhilde goes to get Siegmund for his battle with Hunding. Private collection

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Brunnhilde stands for a long time, dazed and alarmed, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham

Brunnhilde stands for a long time, dazed and alarmed, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham
Brunnhilde stands for a long time, dazed and alarmed, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. Having been told that Wotan has decided that his son Siegmund must die, and that she

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Father! Father! Tell me what ails thee? With dismay thou art filling thy child!, 1910

Father! Father! Tell me what ails thee? With dismay thou art filling thy child!, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie, 1910

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Brunnhilde slowly and silently leads her horse down the path to the cave, 1910

Brunnhilde slowly and silently leads her horse down the path to the cave, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Fricka approaches in anger, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham

Fricka approaches in anger, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham
Fricka approaches in anger, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. Fricka approaches Wotan, angry at the incestuous love of Wotans two children Siegmund and Sieglinde

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Brunnhilde, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham

Brunnhilde, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham
Brunnhilde, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. Brunnhilde, the valkyrie daughter of Wotan by Erda. From a private collection

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Siegmund the Walsung thou does see! As bride gift he brings thee his sword, 1910

Siegmund the Walsung thou does see! As bride gift he brings thee his sword, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Sieglinde prepares Hundings draught for the night, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham

Sieglinde prepares Hundings draught for the night, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham
Sieglinde prepares Hundings draught for the night, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. Hunding, Sieglindes husband, has challenged Siegmund to a duel

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Hunding discovers the likeness between Siegmund and Sieglunde, 1910. Artist

Hunding discovers the likeness between Siegmund and Sieglunde, 1910. Artist
Hunding discovers the likeness between Siegmund and Sieglunde, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. Hunding, Sieglindes husband, enters his house and meets Siegmund

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: This healing and honeyed draught of Mead deign to accept from me, 1910. Artist

This healing and honeyed draught of Mead deign to accept from me, 1910. Artist
This healing and honeyed draught of Mead deign to accept from me, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. Siegmund is running away and, tired

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Ride of the Valkyries, 1906

Ride of the Valkyries, 1906. From The Ring Cycle of operas by German composer Richard Wagner

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Odin and Brunhilde

Odin and Brunhilde. Act 3 from Richard Wagners (1813-1883) opera The Valkyrie

Background imageThe Valkyries Collection: Odin, 1890-1910. Artist: Delitz

Odin, 1890-1910. Artist: Delitz
Odin, 1890-1910. Scene from Richard Wagners (1813-1883) opera The Valkyrie, showing Odin, the king of the gods. Card published by the Liebig potted meat company


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