File:Ring21.jpg

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Artist
Title
English: Taking his sister Sieglinde as his wife, Sigmund holds up his newfound sword Nothung.
Illustration to Richard Wagner's Die Walküre.
Date 1910
Credit line user:Haukurth
Source/Photographer

http://www.artpassions.net/cgi-bin/rackham.pl?../galleries/rackham/ring/ring21.jpg

Originally the image was published in the following book:

  • Wagner, Richard (translated by Margaret Amour) (1910). The Rhinegold and the Valkyrie. London:William Heinemann, New York: Doubleday, Page 100.
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current 09:31, 19 January 2010 Thumbnail for version as of 09:31, 19 January 2010 567 × 785 (96 KB) The Man in Question without border
21:36, 26 September 2006 Thumbnail for version as of 21:36, 26 September 2006 600 × 820 (88 KB) Haukurth Illustration by Arthur Rackham (1867 - 1939). The immediate source of this image as uploaded to the Wikimedia Commons is http://www.artpassions.net/cgi-bin/rackham.pl?../galleries/rackham/ring/ring21.jpg Originally the image stems from either Richard
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