Baba Yaga is an old harridan in Slavic mythology who dwells in the dense forest in a hut standing on chicken legs.
She flies around in a mortar with a broom in her hands.
Generally, Baba Yaga is a very malignant, vindictive and subtle person.
She is a character of numerous Russian, Ukrainian and Belarusian folk tales.
Andreas Johns said, “Baba Yaga is one of the most memorable and distinctive figures in eastern European folklore.”
- Baba Yaga in a Mortar with a Broom. 90mm. (1950-60s)
2. Baba Yaga in a Mortar with a Broom. 100mm. (1950-60s)
3. Baba Yaga’s Hut on Chicken Legs. 90mm.(1950-60s)