3. 'Cuculain... in death's pangs' by Patrick Tuohy (1919). It shows the hero strapped to a standing stone close to a lake-edge. An otter emerges from rushes close to his feet while two ravens take flight above his head. The depiction is based on the later version of the death-tale of Cúchulainn in which the hero kills an otter (dobharchú) for drinking his blood. First published in The Triumph and Passing of Cuculain by Standish O'Grady (1919).
Not explicitly Norse but the Celtic chooser of the slain? Sounds like a Valkyrie to me.The Morrigan - Shape-shifting Celtic goddess of War, Fate and Death. Story in "The GODDESSES / Psychology of Female Power"
But although, the assistance given to Cuchullain by Neman was both frequent and important, the intervention of Morrigu in his behalf is more constant. Nay, he seems to have been the object of her special care.