Gareth and Lynette, 1874. Creator: Julia Margaret Cameron
Gareth and Lynette, 1874. A bearded man (Andrew Hichens) poses as Gareth reclining with head cast down and eyes closed. A woman (May Prinsep Hichens), poses as Lynette, standing and leaning above him with unbound hair and her left hand resting on his chest. A photographic illustration to Alfred Tennyson's "Idylls of the King"; a series of narrative poems based on the legends of King Arthur.
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The Queens in the Barge, 1857 (ink on paper)
TLH496485 The Queens in the Barge, 1857 (ink on paper) by Hughes, Arthur (1832-1915); 27.5x32.1 cm; Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery, Carlisle, Cumbria, UK; (add.info.: King Arthur is mourned by a group of women who accompany his body in the barge. Preparatory study for the mural in the Oxford Union.); PERMISSION REQUIRED FOR NON EDITORIAL USAGE; English, out of copyright
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How King Mark and Sir Dinadan Heard Sir Palomides, illustration from 'Le Morte
XJF417302 How King Mark and Sir Dinadan Heard Sir Palomides, illustration from 'Le Morte d'Arthur' by Sir Thomas Malory, 1894 (litho) by Beardsley, Aubrey (1872-98); Private Collection; (add.info.: Sir Thomas Malory (c.1405-71) English writer; 'Le Morte d'Arthur' was first published in 1485; 'How King Mark and Sir Dinadan Heard Sir Palomides Making Great Sorrow and Mourning for La Beale Isoud'; part of the story of Tristram and Isolde;); English, out of copyright
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