Vidar, god of vengeance
Brushwood grows and high grass
widely in Vidar's land
and there the son proclaims on his horse's back
that he's keen to avenge his father.
– Grímnismál 17, Larrington Translation
There's not a lot of information in the Norse mythology books on Vidar, but his most epic moment by far is avenging the death of his father, Odin. Vidar uses his magic iron shoe to crush Fenrir's jaw and then ends the beast.
The original fantasy painting was done in oil and measures 18" x 24".