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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Lancelot approaches the Castle at Astolat, illustration from Idylls of the King'
XJF359076 Lancelot approaches the Castle at Astolat, illustration from Idylls of the King by Alfred Tennyson (litho) by Dore, Gustave (1832-83); Private Collection; (add.info.: Lancelot rides to the Lord of Astolat's castle to borrow the Lord's armor, arms and colours, which he will use to disguise himself in order to take part in King Arthur's tournament; it is here that he meets the Lords's daughter Elaine; Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-92);); French, out of copyright
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Lancelot in a cart drawn by a dwarf 1300-25. The Blue Nile by Alan Moorhead, page 305
Lancelot in a cart drawn by a dwarf 1300-25. The Blue Nile by Alan Moorhead, page 305. Manuscript 805.
In the Arthurian legend, Sir Lancelot is one of the Knights of the Round Table. In most of the French prose romances and works dependent on them he is characterized as the greatest and most trusted of Arthur's knights, and plays a part in many of Arthur's victories. Arthur's eventual downfall however, is also brought about in part by Lancelot, whose affair with Arthur's wife Guinevere destroys the unity of Arthur's court