Aino - Illustration by Russian artist Mechev MM || Now my mind is filled with sorrow / Wanders though the bog and stubble, / Wanders weary through the brambles, / Roams throughout the dismal forest, / Till my life is filled with darkness, / And my spirit white with anguish.                         ——Kalevala Rune 1V (Crawford translation)

Aino Illustration by Russian artist Mechev MM Now my mind is filled with sorrow, Wanders though the bog and stubble, Wanders weary through the brambles, Roams throughout the dismal forest, Till my.

The Kalevala plates of Finland:  The picture shows a fishing Väinämöinen in his boat. In the water is a huge fish and also small ones.

The Kalevala plates of Finland

Arabia Kalevala Annual Plate 1985 The picture shows a fishing Väinämöinen in his boat. In the water is a huge fish and also small ones.

The Aino myth 1891 - Akseli Gallen-Kallela

Akseli Gallen-Kallela, 'Aino' triptych (right-hand panel) Aino has decided to take her own life rather than marry the ancient Väinamöinen. She sits on the shore and listens to the song of the water-maidens of Vellamo.

The Kalevala plates of Finland:  The picture shows Lemminkainen on his snowshoes/skis, the Elk and a black Cock of the Wood hiding in the trees.

The Kalevala plates of Finland

Arabia Kalevala Annual Plate 1978 The picture shows Lemminkainen on his snowshoes/skis, the Elk and a black Cock of the Wood hiding in the trees.

Kalevala plates finland4

The Kalevala plates of Finland

Arabia Kalevala Annual Plate 1982 The picture shows Väinämöinen sitting on a horse. A young hunter is hiding in the bushes pointing his cross-bow towards him. A bird flies in the sky.

The Kalevala plates of Finland: 1981

The Kalevala plates of Finland

The picture shows Väinämöinen planting seeds in his flourishing garden, while birds are sitting in the trees and fishes are swimming below. The picture shows a fishing Väinämöinen in his.

Robert Wilhelm Ekman - DIPINGERE IL KALEVALA  || Bifröst | Slavi | Museo ||

Lemminkäinen’s Mother at the River of Tuonela, 1862 by Robert Wilhelm Ekman (Finnish,

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