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Beautiful version of the Lady of Shallot. Lovely use of light in this. I'd love to know the artist!

Beautiful version of the Lady of Shallot. Lovely use of light in this. I'd love to know the artist!

"The Young Martyr" by Paul Delaroche - One of my favorite paintings, located in the Louvre.

"The Young Martyr" by Paul Delaroche - One of my favorite paintings, located in the Louvre.

At the Garden Shrine, Pompeii (Date unknown) by John William Godward (1861-1922).

At the Garden Shrine, Pompeii (Date unknown) by John William Godward (1861-1922).

lawrence alma-tadema

lawrence alma-tadema

Waterhouse’s Lady of Shalott - is an 1888 oil-on-canvas painting by the English Pre-Raphaelite painter John William Waterhouse in Tate Britain in London. The work is a scene from Alfred, Lord Tennyson's 1832 poem of the same name, in which the poet describes the plight of a young woman, loosely based on Elaine of Astolat from medieval Arthurian legend, who yearned with an unrequited love for the knight Sir Lancelot, isolated under an undisclosed curse in a tower near King Arthur's Camelot.

Waterhouse’s Lady of Shalott - is an 1888 oil-on-canvas painting by the English Pre-Raphaelite painter John William Waterhouse in Tate Britain in London. The work is a scene from Alfred, Lord Tennyson's 1832 poem of the same name, in which the poet describes the plight of a young woman, loosely based on Elaine of Astolat from medieval Arthurian legend, who yearned with an unrequited love for the knight Sir Lancelot, isolated under an undisclosed curse in a tower near King Arthur's Camelot.

Morgaine - The Mists of Avalon

Morgaine - The Mists of Avalon

The Days of Creation: The Third Day.

The Days of Creation: The Third Day.

Peace To Get Her - A Collection Of Prose. Vol I

Peace To Get Her - A Collection Of Prose. Vol I

“She was known to have studied magic while she was being brought up in the nunnery.” (1914) By W. H. Margetson from: Legends of King Arthur and His Knights.

“She was known to have studied magic while she was being brought up in the nunnery.” (1914) By W. H. Margetson from: Legends of King Arthur and His Knights.

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