Arthur Rackham’s illustrations for Der Ring des Nibelungen (1910, 1911)

We have been told in ancient tales many marvels of famous heroes, of mighty toil, joys, and high festivities, of weeping and wailing, and the fighting of bold warriors – of such things you can now hear wonders unending!

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