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My Arabia Year Plates - Arabia Kalevala Series Annual Plate 1976. No 1. Limited edition. Design Raija Uosikkinen.

The Kalevala plates of Finland

Joseph Alanen. Illustrations for the Kalevala. Väinämönen Joukahainen sings in the swamp

Väinämöinen sings Joukahainen into a fen. Tempera painting with a motif from Kalevala The postcard is published by The Art association of Tampere.

The Athenaeum -GALLEN-KALLELA, Akseli Finnish (1865-1931)_Kullervo Rides to War- 1899

Akseli Gallén-Kallela: Kullervon sotaanlähtö (Kullervo Marches to War),

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Sammon serverien ryöstö 455x380

Sammon serverien ryöstö 455x380

Kuvahaun tulos haulle pinterest kalevala

Kuvahaun tulos haulle pinterest kalevala

Mielikki by dragoninthemist Finnish goddess of game, hunting and the forest Her symbols are the Bear, Grain, Woodland Plants Her Themes are Change and Providence

Mielikki by dragoninthemist Finnish goddess of game, hunting and the forest Her symbols are the Bear, Grain, Woodland Plants Her Themes are Change and Providence

The great pike, from whose jaws Väinämöinen made the magic kantele with which he sang to sleep the forces of the north allowing him to steal the Sampo, as told in the Kalevala, the Finnish national epic. This fresco is by Akseli Gallen-Kallela, painted in 1928. It can be seen in the entrance hall of the Finnish National Museum in Helsinki.

The great pike, from whose jaws Väinämöinen made the magic kantele with which he…

Joukahainen's revenge, Akseli Gallen-Kallela - 1897

uncertaintimes: “ Akseli Gallen Kallela, Joukahainen’s revenge, 1897 (thx) ”

Kalevalan Päivä 28.2. | Oppiminen | yle.fi

Kalevalan Päivä 28.2. | Oppiminen | yle.fi

Mauri Kunnaksen Koiramäki (yhteisnide)

The books are set in Finland, featuring dogs with human-like characteristics

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