Lorenz Frølich

1820-1908
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 1885
30 Pages of illustrations from
Nordens Guder
by Adam Oehlenschläger
 
  Nordens Guder (Nordic Gods) with illustrations by Lorenz Frølich consists of six booklets with 5 prints in each. The booklets were published in Copenhagen, the first two in 1875, the last four in 1877.  An explanatory text is included in each one.  
Booklet 1 2 3 4 5 6

The Norns


 King Gylfi and Gefjun
 

Frey and Gerd

Loki and Sif
 

Loki bets his head with the dwarves Brokk and Sindri
 


Loki's Punishment
One son is turned into a wolf and slays the other
 


The Birth and Death of Ymir

The Creation of Man



The Brood of Loki and Angrboda


Hrafnagaldur Odins:
 Heimdall, Loki and Bragi question Idun


Baldur's Dreams
 


Hermod's Ride to Hel
 


The Ride to Valhall
 


Heimdal opens Valhall's door for the Valkyries
 


  Freyja obtains Brisingsamen and loses Odur
Freyja and Ottar (Odur) meet Hyndla


 Idun collects and distributes the Golden Apples of Youth

Odin, Hoenir, and Loki confront Thjazi


Idunna and Thjazi


Thor and Geirrod's daughters

Thor, Thjalfi and Roskva swim in the swollen stream
Skrymir leads Thor and his companions
 

Odin invites Hrungnir into Asgard after a horserace
 

 

Thor defeats Hrungnir, Magni lifts Hrungnir's leg off Thor,
The Sorceress Groa chants the stone from Thor's head
 

Thor and Hymir 1
 

Thor and Hymir 2
 

Thor fishing for the Midgard Serpent

Thor and Hymir 3




Poor Quality Digital Image
Top image appears to depict the battle with Hrungnir
[or possibly Thor throwing the cup at Hymir's head].
The bottom image may depict Thor with a chunk of
Hrungnir's hone in his head.

Thor and Thrym 1

 

Thor and Thrym 2
 

Thor and Thrym 3
 
GJOGLIERET I UTGARD
Special Thanks to Joe Naylor
for locating these.

Top: The Eating Contest between Loki and Logi (Wildfire)
 

Thor drinks from the horn of the sea

Thor lifts Utgard-Loki's Cat (Jörmungand)


Thor wrestles Elli (Old Age)
 

Canto 5: "The Chief of Utgard led them out"
 
Bonus Feature:
 The Lord's Prayer
Illustrated in a Series of Etchings

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