William Stout

William Stout

Valkyrie’s Battle Song

  • Ink and watercolor on board
  • 18.75" x 14.75", artwork
  • 22.25" x 18.25" x 2.75", framed
  • Contemporary

Not Available

Provenance
Acquired by American Legacy Fine Arts directly from the artist.

Description
This magnificent work by William Stout was inspired by Richard Wagner’s four-part epic opera saga, "The Ring of the Nibelung," and was created as part of a collaborative art project in conjunction with the Los Angeles Opera's 2010 performance of "The Ring." The subject, is based on Norse mythology from the Medieval Poetic Edda and represents the story of a beautiful warrior maiden, a Valkyrie, who was cruelly deceived by her lover. William Stout is a multi-media artist who has won numerous awards for his artwork in pulp fiction, dioramas for natural museums, and film work, including two "Conan" movies, "Indiana Jones, Raiders of the Lost Ark," and "Pan's Labyrinth."

Exhibited
William Stout: South Pasadena and Nordic Myths at The Raymond, Pasadena, CA November 2, 2015 — November 1, 2016
Los Angeles Art Show, Los Angeles Convention Center, 2013
Los Angeles Opera, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles 2010

 


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