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File:Wotan takes leave of Brunhild (1892) by Konrad Dielitz.jpg

Description Wotan and the valkyrie Brunhild.
Date Published in 1892, presumably this is a reproduction of a previously painted painting.
Source Brewer, Ebenezer Cobham. 1892. Character sketches of romance, fiction and the drama. A revised American edition of the Readers' handbook. Volume IV. Facing page 52. Digitized version from University of Wisconsin Digital Collections: . Additional information: .
Author The book gives the artist alternatively as Dielitz, K. Presumably this is Konrad Dielitz (1845 - 1933).
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