Theodor Kittelsen - Troll at the Karl Johan Street, 1892

Vintage Illustration Art, Book Illustrations, Troll, Theodore Kittelsen, Oslo, Main Street, Fairy Tales, Folklore, Gnomes

Theodor Kittelsen

“Nøkken” by Theodor Kittelsen. Nøkken (a Norwegian water sprite) would catch any man, woman or child that got to close to the waters egde…

"Dobbin abd the Goblin" Theodor Kittelsen 1905

"Dobbin abd the Goblin" Theodor Kittelsen 1905 - I worked this is needlework.

Theodor Kittelsen - Prinsessen lysker trollet, 1900 by Aeron Alfrey, via Flickr

Theodor Kittelsen - Prinsessen lysker trollet, 1900 by Aeron Alfrey, via Monster Brains

Ivar Rødningen - Oslo

a troll in Oslo - art by Ivar Rødningen, inspired by Theodor Kittelsen

De underjordiske kidnaps an infant and leaves a changeling in its stead. Drawing by Theodor Kittelsen.

De underjordiske kidnaps an infant and leaves a changeling in its stead. Drawing by Theodor Kittelsen.

Omfavnelse by Theodor Kittelsen

View Omfavnelse by Theodor Kittelsen on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Theodor Kittelsen.

Trollhunter...a well-complimented combination of Blair Witch and mythical beasts. Also heavily influenced by painters like Theodor Kittelsen and John Bauer, which adds to its massive awesome-ness (excuse the pun).

This is how I imagine the Giants of the In-Between look like. There are roughly three types: the Mountain giants (which are these), the Guardians and the Cave giants.

All sizes | Theodor Kittelsen - Skogtroll | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Forest Troll, 1906 (crayon & wash on paper), Kittelsen, Theodor Severin / Private Collection / Photo © O.

Theodor Kittelsen

Theodor Kittelsen – Ilustraciones

Nökken Nökken/Nyk/Nykkjen is a mysterious water creature, residing in fresh-water, lakes and deep ponds. He is, in Norwegian tradition, described as a dark monster with his eyes just above the.

Remnants of Revenants: The Role of the Dreaded Draugr in Medieval Iceland :http://www.medievalists.net/2011/12/11/remnants-of-revenants-the-role-of-the-dreaded-draugr-in-medieval-iceland/

Draugen:- Draugen, from Norse “draugr” meaning ghost. Yet another water creature, and this one is something you really wouldn’t want to meet when you’re out in your boat. Draugen is the ghost of a man.

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