Akseli Gallen-Kallela, osa Aino-taru -triptyykistä

Akseli Gallen-Kallela, osa Aino-taru -triptyykistä

In Finnish mythology, Ahti or Ahto is a heroic character of oral poetic tradition.   Sometimes given in folk poetry the epithet of Saarelainen or the Islander, he is described as a fierce sea-going warrior.  Sometimes the name of Ahti is used of a god of the sea and of fishing, portrayed as a man with a handlebar moustache and beard of moss.

In Finnish mythology, Ahti or Ahto is a heroic character of oral poetic…

Jean Francois Millet - Tähkänpoimijat (1857)

Jean-François Millet Des glaneuses dit aussi Les glaneuses 1857 - The Gleaners

AKSELI GALLEN-KALLELA, LEMMINKÄINEN TULIJOELLA.

AKSELI GALLEN-KALLELA, LEMMINKÄINEN TULIJOELLA.

A Polar Bear's Tale: Käspaikka from Karelia, Finland

A Polar Bear's Tale: Käspaikka from Karelia, Finland - very interesting article about the special Finnish and Russian ritual embroidery

Gallen Kallela The Aino Triptych - Akseli Gallen-Kallela — Wikipédia

Gallen Kallela The Aino Triptych - Akseli Gallen-Kallela — Wikipédia

Kristus ja Mataleena/ Christ and Mary Magdalene. Albert Edelfelt, Finnish painter

Albert Edelfelt "Christ and Mary Magdalene, a Finnish Legend" 1890 Oil on canvas x cm Ateneum Art Museum

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