In this lovely artwork, the story behind it is that Freya, Goddess of Love and Fertility, had her piece of jewelry stolen from Loki, the trickster God of Norse Mythology. The piece of Jewelry is called the Brisingamen, and Heimdall, Guardian of the Bifrost, fights Loki, winning, and returning the Brisingamen to Freya. The artwork has a very three-dimensional space to it, making it realistic despite the artwork being of Gods and Goddesses. The lines are also vertical, Freya and her servants upright, along with Heimdall standing next to Freya. There is also a contrast between the two Gods and two servants, a light shining over the two Gods, while the servants are in the darkness. The spotlight on the two Gods also represents a sense of Emphasis/Focus, because they are the two main characters of this artwork.