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Les dames de noël, anges, kristkindl, berchta, frau holle, tante arie, ste lucie......la reine berthe...les fileuses.....

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Vintage Christmas Art (Page of Victorian Angels, Victorian Christmas, Vintage Christmas Cards, Vintage Holiday, Vintage Cards, Vintage Postcards, Christmas Past, Christmas Pictures, Christmas Angels

Christmas card by English School

Christmas card (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; British Christmas card, Father Christmas carrying a Christmas tree and his sack of gifts and sawing through the trunk of a Christmas tree

Mother Holle, illustrated by Adolf Münzer Fable, Fairytale Art, Children's Book Illustration, Mythology, Fantasy Art, Fairy Tales, Fairies, Europe, Family Roots

hyperb0rean: Frau Holle (x)  Adolf Münzer 1925 - It Was A Work of Craft

hyperb0rean: “ Frau Holle (x) Adolf Münzer 1925 ”

3 NEW Scandinavian Swedish Christmas Postcards Carl Larsson Apple Girl, Yard Swedish Christmas, Scandinavian Christmas, Christmas Art, Vintage Christmas, Christmas Feeling, Christmas Poster, Nutcracker Christmas, Scandinavian Living, Carl Larsson

Some Old-Fashioned Christmas Paintings and Christmas Pictures for Art Lovers This Holiday

The Christmas holiday is a special, magical time of year. I've searched out some wonderful images that perfectly conjure up that warm, cosy feeling of anticipation and celebration.

BERCHTA - prechristian Berchta (also Perchta) was one of the most important goddesses of Germanic people inhabiting southern Germany, Switzerland and Austria in the pre-Christian times. Her name means “the bright one”. Chinese Mythology, Celtic Mythology, Yule, Wicca, Pagan, I Love Winter, World Religions, Winter Solstice, Witch Queen

Mythology: the stranger the better

BERCHTA - prechristian Berchta (also Perchta) was one of the most important goddesses of Germanic people inhabiting southern Germany, Switzerland and Austria in the pre-Christian times. Her name means “the bright one”.