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Background imageWoden 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 imageWoden Collection: The Sculptor Fogelberg's Studio in Rome, 1831. Creator: Karl Stefan Bennet

The Sculptor Fogelberg's Studio in Rome, 1831. Creator: Karl Stefan Bennet
The Sculptor Fogelberg's Studio in Rome, 1831

Background imageWoden Collection: The Principal Idols of the Saxons, worship d in Britain, late 16th-early 17th century? Creator

The Principal Idols of the Saxons, worship d in Britain, late 16th-early 17th century? Creator
The Principal Idols of the Saxons, worship d in Britain, late 16th-early 17th century? Depiction of Saxon deities or Germanic gods which gave their names to the days of the week

Background imageWoden Collection: Odin in the Underworld, 1770/72. Creator: Henry Fuseli

Odin in the Underworld, 1770/72. Creator: Henry Fuseli
Odin in the Underworld, 1770/72

Background imageWoden Collection: The Fourth Tableau of Das Rheingold, from The Savoy No. 6, 1896

The Fourth Tableau of Das Rheingold, from The Savoy No. 6, 1896. Cover design with Wotan and Loge, illustration for Wagners opera " Das Rheingold"

Background imageWoden Collection: Mime and the Wanderer, 1924. Artist: Arthur Rackham

Mime and the Wanderer, 1924. Artist: Arthur Rackham
Mime and the Wanderer, 1924. Illustration from Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods. The dwarf Mime tries to reforge the sword, Nothung

Background imageWoden 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 imageWoden 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 imageWoden 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 imageWoden Collection: Ohe! Ohe! Horrible dragon, O swallow me not! Spare the life of poor Loge!, 1910

Ohe! Ohe! Horrible dragon, O swallow me not! Spare the life of poor Loge!, 1910. Illustration from The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie

Background imageWoden Collection: Raging, Wotan Rides to the Rock! Like a Storm-wind he comes!, 1910

Raging, Wotan Rides to the Rock! Like a Storm-wind he comes!, 1910. Frontispiece to The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. Wotan discovers that Brunnhilde has betrayed his wishes

Background imageWoden Collection: As the Flames Rise, Wotan Leaves, 1906

As the Flames Rise, Wotan Leaves, 1906. From The Ring Cycle of operas by German composer Richard Wagner. Found in the collection of the Bibliotheque des Arts Decoratifs, Paris, France

Background imageWoden Collection: Wotan Waits in Valhalla for the End with his Broken Spear, 1906

Wotan Waits in Valhalla for the End with his Broken Spear, 1906. From The Ring Cycle of operas by German composer Richard Wagner

Background imageWoden Collection: Walhalla, 1906

Walhalla, 1906. From The Ring Cycle of operas by German composer Richard Wagner. Wotan and Frickas abode, Valhalla

Background imageWoden Collection: Dark Cavern, 1906

Dark Cavern, 1906. From The Ring Cycle of operas by German composer Richard Wagner. Alberich turns into a serpent to prove the powers of the ring to Wotan and Loge

Background imageWoden Collection: The Vision of the Man on the Grey horse, 1913. Artist: Morris Meredith Williams

The Vision of the Man on the Grey horse, 1913. Artist: Morris Meredith Williams
The Vision of the Man on the Grey horse, 1913. A Christian man sees the vision of Odin leaping through a ring of fire on a grey horse

Background imageWoden Collection: Viking runestone with a ship and the eight-legged horse Sleipnir, 8th century

Viking runestone with a ship and the eight-legged horse Sleipnir, 8th century
Viking runestone with a ship and depiction of Sleipnir, the eight-legged horse of Odin, whose mother was Loki. Found in Tjangivde, Alskog, Gotland, Sweden, 8th century

Background imageWoden Collection: Odin and Brunhilde

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

Background imageWoden Collection: Freya (Frigg) goddess of love in Scandinavian mythology, driving her chariot pulled by cats

Freya (Frigg) goddess of love in Scandinavian mythology, driving her chariot pulled by cats
Freya (Frigg) goddess of love in Scandinavian mythology, wife of Wotan (Odin), driving her chariot pulled by cats. Friday is named for her

Background imageWoden Collection: Stela from Gelgarda, Larbro, Gottland, Sweden, c20th century

Stela from Gelgarda, Larbro, Gottland, Sweden, c20th century. Central Horse is probably Sleipnie, the 8-legged horse of Odin

Background imageWoden Collection: Viking Cross-Shaft Fragment from Sockburn, County Durham, 10th century

Viking Cross-Shaft Fragment from Sockburn, County Durham, 10th century. Horseman with Bird are Odin and the Raven and below Valkeyrie offers Horn to Hero in Valhalla (possibly)

Background imageWoden Collection: Viking Odin-Stone at Jurby on the Isle of Man, 10th century

Viking Odin-Stone at Jurby on the Isle of Man, 10th century

Background imageWoden Collection: Gold bracteate from Sweden showing Odin and a raven

Gold bracteate from Sweden showing Odin and a raven, from the Ashmoleon Museums collection

Background imageWoden Collection: Gosforth Viking Cross

Gosforth Viking Cross
Gosforth Cross from Cumbria, England from the northwest in the evening. This side shows Odin, Heimdal and dragons in Ragnarok

Background imageWoden Collection: Viking stele showing Odins horse Sleipnir

Viking stele showing Odins horse Sleipnir
Viking stele from Tjangvide, Alskog, Gotland, Sweden, showing Sleipnir, Odins horse, the offspring of his brother Loki. From the Museum of National Antiquities in Stockholm

Background imageWoden Collection: Representation of Odin or Wotan, 1834

Representation of Odin or Wotan, 1834. The Scandinavian god Odin, known to the Anglo-Saxons as Wotan. God of the dead, he banqueted in Valhalla with those killed in battle

Background imageWoden Collection: Gurm Gamle (Gormo), King of Denmark from 840, 1815

Gurm Gamle (Gormo), King of Denmark from 840, 1815
Gurm Gamle, King of Denmark from 840, 1815. Gurm Gamle (Gormo) wearing a leather corselet over a tunic, a hat/crown of many folds

Background imageWoden Collection: Thorwalds Cross-slab, a Viking cross slab showing Ragnarok, 10th century

Thorwalds Cross-slab, a Viking cross slab showing Ragnarok, 10th century
Viking cross, showing a scene from Ragnarok, showing Odin with raven and spear being attacked by the wolf Fenris, his nephew, 10th century

Background imageWoden Collection: Gold bracteate depicting a horse and bird, 5th century

Gold bracteate depicting a horse and bird, 5th century
Gold bracteate depicting a horse and bird, associated with the cult of Odin, from Scania, Sweden. From the Ashmoleons collection, 5th century

Background imageWoden Collection: Odin (Wotan), Norse god, c19th century

Odin (Wotan), Norse god, c19th century
Odin (Wotan, earlier form of name), one of principal gods of Norse mythology, c19th century. The god of war: Valhalla seeks wisdom from Odin to make him all-powerful. For this he sacrifices one eye

Background imageWoden 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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