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Thor

Arthur Rackham's depiction of the iconic Norse God of Thunder.

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  • Nov 3, 2010
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Again, Rackham creates an indelible image based on Wagner's Ring Cycle. Thor, also called Donner, is presented here in all of his glory; his cape bellowing in the wind, his hammer held high, a look of nobility upon his face.
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April 09, 2011

I say thee, mortal, Rackham does mine majesty justice!

 
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Style: Illustration
Medium: Painting
Year Created: 1910
Artist: Arthur Rackham

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