Sources

This would be a very bleak work indeed without the beautiful art works that grace its pages. Listed here are the paintings used throughout.

Kingdom of Ivanstir:

Above the Eternal Peace, 1894 – Isaac Ilich Levitan

Rye, 1881 – Grigoriy Myasoyedov

Carabiniers à Cheval en Russie, 1893 – Édouard Detaille

Entrance to the Port of Copenhagen with the Masting Sheer seen to the right, 1830 – J. C. Dahl

Christmas customs in Norway, 1846 – Adolph Tidemand

Realm of the Mists:

Wivenhoe Park, Essex, 1816 – John Constable

Salisbury Cathedral from the Bishop’s Garden, undated – John Constable

Beer Street, 1751 – William Hogarth

Old London Bridge, undated – J. M. W. Turner

The Meet, undated – S.W. Fores

The Battle of Camperdown, 1799 –  Philip James de Loutherbourg

Coalbrookdale by Night, 1801 –  Philip James de Loutherbourg

Unknown.

Stormhaven:

Unknown.

Lief Ericson discovers American, 1893 – Christian Krohg

Bristol Docks, with Fishing Boats and Other Shipping at Anchor beside the Quayside, undated – William Matthew Hale

Camar Shiem:

In Time of Peril, 1897 – Edmund Blair Leighton

The Assassination of Michel le Peletie, undated – unknown

Bastion Islands:

Image from 20000 Lieues Sous les Mers, undated – Alphonse de Neuville and Edouard Riou.

The Pointe de la Hève at low tide, 1865 – Claude Monet

Dutch Boats in a Gale, 1801 – J. M. W. Turner

Circilia:

Nazareth, General View, 1842-49 – David Roberts

Unkown

Cicero Denounces Catiline, 1882-1889 – Cesare Maccari

 

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