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Freya Receives Her Necklace Back - Canvas Print

Freya Receives Her Necklace Back - Canvas Print



Entitled, 'Heimdall returns Brisingamen to Freyja', this scene depicts the story of when Loki stole Freya's necklaces (known as Brisingamen) and Freya asked the god Heimdall (the guardian of the Bifrost rainbow bridge) for his help. After winning his fight with Loki, Heimdall successfully returns the necklace back to Freya.

The original was painted in 1846 by Nils Blommer and is currently owned by the Malmo Art Museum in Sweden.

Approx. Sizes: From 18" x 12" up to 36" x 24"
Depth:  1-1/4", w a solid covering on the back and attached hanging hardware.
Canvas Material: 100% cotton fabric (400gsm)

Note: For indoor use only.

Worldwide shipping available!
These wall hangings are printed and shipped separately (via USPS Priority Mail) from our printer in the United States. Please allow about 3-5 business days for them to process and ship your order.