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Common Crane

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Poster with a beautiful inllustration of a crane drawn by the von Wright brothers. The illustration was published in the early 1900th century in the book Swedish Birds After Nature And On Stone Drawn. In the picture we see, among other things, the text Grus Grus Latin for the name of the species. The crane is Västergötland's landscape animal and landscape bird. 

The crane is a large bird with a distinct sound that nests in Scandinavia, Easteuropa and parts of China and Russia. It arrives in the spring, has a spectacular game and gathers in some places in large crowds. All this has led to the crane being a popular bird and appearing in many myths, folklore stories and as a symbol. 

In Aristotle's book History of Animalium he describes that the bird inside its body carries a stone. If the crane spews it up, the stone can turn things into gold, like the wise stone. Even in China, the crane has been associated with a long life. It has been described as the prince of all birds and the animal that carries dead souls to heaven.

In North Europa, the crane has been seen as a bringer of light in the spring. In the Nordic countries, there have been countless traditions surrounding the crane's arrival. For example, candles were no longer lit in the evening and in some places the crane anokmst that after this you would get an extra meal between dinner and supper. In the Nordic countries, there are also stories that magicians could turn into cranes, and that the crane could also be Hin Onde's bird that could magically be avenged, so the bird could not be harmed.

Artist: The von Wright brothers | Created: 1929 | Copyright: CC-PDM 

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The motif is printed on a 200 gram premium paper from one of the world's leading paper manufacturers - Hahnemühle.

The paper is matte and has a warm tone that gives the image a fantastic depth. Thanks to the unbeatable quality of the paper, you can count on a durability of up to 60 years if you expose it sparingly to sunlight and other loads.

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