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Arthurian Themes in Pre-Raphaelite and Victorian Art
William Dyce, Piety: the departure of the Knights of the Round Table on the Grail Quest, One of four murals for the robing room of the House of Lords, 1848
William Dyce, Religion: The Vision of Sir Galahad
William Dyce, Mercy: Sir Gawain swearing to show mercy to all women
William Dyce, Hospitality: Sir Tristram admitted to the Arthurian Round Table
William Holman Hunt, The Lady of Shalott (in tower),
William Waterhouse, The Lady of Shalott (in barge), 1888
Merlin and Nimue (watercolour), Edward Burne-Jones
The Beguiling of Merlin by Nimue, Edward Burne-Jones ( )
Vivien, Frederick Sandys, 1863
Morgan le Fay, Frederick Sandys, 1864
Knights summoned by damsel to Grail Quest, tapestry cycle designed by Burne-Jones, woven by William Morris and co
Arming and Departure of the Knights, tapestry cycle
Lancelot’s dream at the Grail Chapel, Edward Burne-Jones
Arthurian murals in Library of Oxford Union, painted by Morris, Burne-Jones, Rossetti,
The Failure of Sir Gawain, tapestry cycle
Attainment of the Holy Grail, tapestry cycle
Sir Galahad, G.F. Watts, 1862
Sir Galahad, Arthur Hughes
Sir Bors and Sir Percival fed by the Grail, Dante Gabriel Rossetti
A Damsel of the Grail, Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Lancelot taken in the Queen’s Chamber, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, sketch for Oxford Union Library, 1857
Lancelot and Guinevere over King Arthur’s Tomb (Morris poem), Dante Gabriel Rossetti,
The Last Sleep of King Arthur in Avalon, Edward Burne-Jones,
The Sleep of King Arthur in Avalon, Edward Burne-Jones
The Death of Arthur, James Archer, 1860
Arthurian Romance in Art Lit 275 Studies in English Literature Dr. David Swain.
Representations of Arthurian Legend in the 19th Century.
Happy New Year! ExamExam – Help, what should I study?! Medieval texts (content, background) Geoffrey, Chretien, Vulgate Cycle, Malory, etc. Lecture material.
Lady of Shalott Alfred, Lord Tennyson. John William Waterhouse, 'I am Half Sick of Shadows' said the Lady of Shalott.
LE MORTE DARTHUR. BOOK 1 Tells the story of Arthur’s birth and his rise to power. Tells of Arthur’s many battles, the story of his son / nephew’s.
The Pre-Raphaelites and “The Lady of Shalott” Note: For best results, play this presentation in conjunction with Loreena McKennitt’s “The Lady of Shalott”
High Victorian & Pre-Raphaelite Paintings Chris 2016.
19th-Century Fatal Woman Paintings Chris 2014.
19 th -Century Painting. William Holman Hunt The Awakening Conscience (1853)
Artwork: The Legend of King Arthur. A. “Lancelot and Guinevere” Herbert James Draper.
Or “La Belle Iseult ” Only surviving painting by William Morris, 1858 *finished by Dante Rossetti and Ford Madox Brown Lancelot.
Middle English Literature Medieval Legends and Romances.
King Arthur The Once and Future King. Arthur’s Conception King Uther Pendragon has been at war with the Duke of Tintagel. He hears of the beauty of the.
By: Max Sanderson. Lancelot was the son of King Ban of Benwick and Queen Alaine. When he was a child, his parents were driven out of their kingdom in.
Arthurian Legends Takes place in Great Britain Takes place in Great Britain Fictional Legends with many different versions Fictional Legends with many.
Chilvary, Courtly Love, and Arthurian Legend An Informational Power Point Presentation and Web Quest.
An attempt to figure out a very complex legend…. The story of the rise and fall of the kingdom of Camelot A legendary kingdom, but possibly mirroring.
Arthurian Legend Jill Ash Jane Clayton Linda Cotten Debbie Thompson Priscilla Sewell.
Respond to the following question in your notes: (you don’t have to share if you don’t want to. If you do, keep it appropriate.) What is the most vivid.
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood Ophelia - John William Waterhouse.
The Defining Characteristics. 12 th -15 th century ( ) Earlier romances in verse (poetic form) Later ones sometimes in prose (NOT poetry)
Christian/Pagan Influences The Grail House The Grail Knights “The Death of Arthur”
MEDIEVAL LEGENDS Sir Gawain and the Green Knight Le Morte D’Arthur.
The Arthurian Legend Knights of the Round Table. Knights of King Arthur The best knights of Britain and Europe took their places at the Round Table of.
Decameron Federigo Arthurian Stuff Middle Ages Knights.
Arthurian Legends by Juliette Evans Arthurian Legends Take place in Great Britain Fictional Legends with many different versions Sir Thomas Malory brought.
Arthurian Legend Katherine Wiley Lake Cormorant High School The ruins of a castle, claimed to be the birthplace of the legendary king.
Arthurian Tradition in Literature Lisa Kot Prof. Chris Fee February 26, 1999.
Camelot Excalibur Holy Grail Knights of the Roundtable Guinnevere Merlin WITH WHICH LEGENDARY CHARACTER ARE ALL OF THESE TERMS ASSOCIATED?
By Pranav Sakthivel 7 th IGCSE Quiz About King Arthur.
Arthurian Legends Ms. Geller’s 10 th Grade World Literature Adapted from a presentation by Juliette Evans.
The re-aphaelites rotherhood The Pre-Raphaelites Brotherhood Art of the dream Projec t
Read Chapter 6 “British Literature” Written homework is…
King Arthur Legends Introduction Background information for Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.
10/25 Class Starter Copy Q’s 1-4. Skip 2-3 lines for your answers. Study the painting by English painter John Waterhouse (1888) and answer the following.
JOURNAL Do you think all leaders are “Arthurs” – those who should receive perfect obedience – or should people sometimes question their leader’s decisions?
Other names she goes by are Vivien, Vivienne, Niniane or Nimue.
Arthurian Legends *Note these slides in your notebook.
Arthur- The King of Britain Arthur- The King of Britain The son of King Uther Pendragon and Igraine of Cornwall, Arthur is one of the most written about.
KING ARTHUR. When ? King Arthur lived in the second half of the Ve century, after the roman defeat. Where ? In Britain, which is the actual Great Britain,
King Arthur Arthur was the great legendary British king. Arthur's base was at a place called Camelot. Here he built a strong castle. His knights met at.
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Historical Background: Did Arthur Exist? – During the Renaissance, it was extensively argued that Arthur was a historical figure The Tudor monarchs argued.
The Story of Galahad By:Tikvaa. Basic Info Sir Galahad, sometimes called Galeas of Galath, is from the Arthurian Legend. Sir Galahad, sometimes called.
The Lady of Shalott Presentation by Puja Parekh. John William Waterhouse Born in Rome to William and Isabella Waterhouse in 1849 Studied painting under.
Who is King Arthur? Arthur, Legendary King of Britain ~May have ruled Britain in the 5th and 6th centuries, although his existence is debated by historians.
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: An Introduction.
Sofya Zalivanskaya Form 8A Gymnasium №1. King Uther and Merlin Once there was a king in Britain called King Uther. He loved the beautiful princess Igraine,
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