Museum grade replica Idunn canvas print


SKU: N/A Category: Tags: , , , ,

Decorate your home or hof with this professionally printed reproduction of the famous painting “Idun and the apples” (1890) by James Doyle Penrose. This museum grade replica is printed on white semi-gloss artist canvas stretched on 1″ thick wooden stretcher frames.

All frames and canvas are of the highest quality.

*These will generally ship 7-10 days after the order is placed.

Available in sizes: Small (10″x 14″) and Large (20″ x 30″)

Iðunn: her name means the rejuvenating one; She is an Aesir goddess of spring and of Youth. Idun, wife of Bragi, resides in a garden in Asgard tending to a shining tree which produces the golden apples of eternal youth.  Idun’s golden apples are what keep the Aesir immortal.


Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions N/A
Product Size

Small (10" x 14"), Large (20" x 30")

Scroll to Top