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Sculptures, Iceland in Europe

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Vinland Map, oldest map of Greenland and Northern America areas discovered by Norse, Vikings during their explorations, circa 1440 Featured Sculptures Print

Vinland Map, oldest map of Greenland and Northern America areas discovered by Norse, Vikings during their explorations, circa 1440

Cartography, 15th century. Vinland Map (circa 1440). Oldest map of Greenland and Northern America areas discovered by Norse (Vikings) during their explorations

© DEA / M. SEEMULLER

15th Century, Cartography, Coastline, Geography, Greenland, Handwriting, Iceland, Illustration And Painting, Island, Map, No People, Norse, North America, Sea, Sea Map, Topography, Vertical, Vikings, Vinland

Christ Carrying the Cross (Panel from an Altarpiece), 1400s. Creator: Unknown Featured Sculptures Print

Christ Carrying the Cross (Panel from an Altarpiece), 1400s. Creator: Unknown

Christ Carrying the Cross (Panel from an Altarpiece), 1400s. This panel, most likely one of five narrative scenes representing the Passion of Christ, comes from a now dismembered altarpiece. The central panel was undoubtedly a scene of the Crucifixion. Such carvings in alabaster were frequently painted in vibrant colours with added gilding. The flesh areas of the figures were often left unpainted, with the exception of villains and executioners whose faces were "blackened," as in this example, a convention that may derive from the medieval stage. English alabaster sculptures were in high demand throughout Europe during the 1300s and 1400s, and exported to Portugal, Spain, Scandinavia, Iceland, and other countries. A soft stone suitable only for interior sculpture, English alabaster was highly prized for its creamy translucency. Of the English quarries, those near Nottingham in the Midlands were the most active

© Heritage Art/Heritage Images

Sonatorrek, modern sculpture created in 1881 by Icelandic sculptor Asmundur Sveinsson Featured Sculptures Print

Sonatorrek, modern sculpture created in 1881 by Icelandic sculptor Asmundur Sveinsson

Sonatorrek, modern sculpture created in 1881 by Icelandic sculptor Asmundur Sveinsson, based on poem Sonatorrek, by the 10th century Icelandic warrior-poet Egill Skalla-Grimsson, Borg (Borg a Myrum), near Borgarnes, West Iceland, Iceland, Polar Regions

© Patrick Dieudonne

Agricultural, Agriculture, Architecture, Art, Art And Craft, Asmundur Sveinsson, Borg, Borg A Myrum, Borgarnes, Building Exterior, Color Image, Europe, Famous, Live Stock, Modern, No People, Outdoors, Photography, Poem, Remote, Rural Scene, Sculptor, Sculpture, Sonatorrek, Travel, Travel Destinations, Vertical, West Iceland