diaphanee:

Young Svetovit and Gamayuns, by Vasilisa Sibiryova.
Svetovit is the Slavic deity of war, fertility and abundance, sometimes referred to as Beli (or Byali) Vid, Beli = white, bright, shining.Gamayun is a prophetic bird of Russian folklore. It is a symbol of wisdom and knowledge and lives on an island in the east, close to paradise. Like the Sirin and the Alkonost, the Gamayun is normally depicted as a large bird with a woman’s head.
adayume:

10 of Swords by ~davepalumbo
drittenreichkunst:

Willy Kriegel “Nacht” (GDK 1943)
drittenreichkunst:

Willy Kriegel “Wald in der Dämmerung” (GDK 1944)
shakypigment:

Alphonse Osbert stillness of the water
shakypigment:


"Manfred on the Jungfrau", John Martin
allthingseurope:

Belluno, Italy (by winterriot)
russian-style:

Ilya Ostroukhov - Gold Autumn
flowersshallgrowthatiseternity:

Pieter Bruegel the Elder, The Gloomy Day (1565)
withouthorilka:

Alyosha Popvich and Ilya Muromets, Georgy Yudin.
Алеша Попович и Илья Муромец,  Георгий Юдин.
hyperb0rean:

Wotans AbschiedHermann Hendrich 1909

Nicholas Roerich: The Norse Vikings of Eastern Europe often had to carry their boats through portages between rivers, 1915
saveflowers1:

Art by Evelyn de Morgan (1897) - “Earthbound.”
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