Rackham, Arthur

Arthur Rackham

1867 - 1939


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And there openly Sir Mador appealed the Queen of the death of his cousin Sir PatriseBattle SceneBreunor flung his sword high above his head.CastleDagonet, King Arthur's Fool Final ImageGalahad drew out the sword easily.How Arthur drew his sword Excalibur for the first timeHow at a great feast that King Mark made came Eliot the harper and sang the lay that Dinadan had made.How at the Castle of Corbin a maiden bare in the Sangreal and foretold the achievements of Galahad.How Beaumains defeated the Red Knight, and always the damosel spake many foul words unto him.How Dame Lionesse came forth arrayed like a princess.How Galahad drew out the sword from the floating stone at Camelot.How King Arthur and Queen Guenever went to see the barge that bore the corpse of Elaine the Fair Maiden of Astolat.How Mordred was slain by Arthur, and how by him Arthur was hurt to the death.How Queen Guenever rode a-maying into the woods and fields beside Westminster.How Queen Morgan le Fay stole away the scabbard from ArthurHow Sir Launcelot fought with a fiendly dragon.How Sir Launcelot slew the knight Sir Peris de Forest Savage that did distress ladies, damosels, and gentlewomen.How Sir Launcelot was shot by a gentlewoman huntingHow Tristram and Isoud drank the love drink. How Tristram was known by the little brachet in the garden of King Mark's castle. King Arthur had hardly spoken, before a white hart ran into the hall.Knightly CombatMerlin and Nimue: How by her subtle working she made Merlin to go under the stone to let wit of the marvels there: and she wrought so there for him that he came never out for all the craft he could do.Mounted Combat Questing BeastThe Questing BeastThe Ship of the SangrealSir Beaumains espied upon great trees how there hung full goodly armed knights by the neckSir Galahad Sir LauncelotSir Mordred went and laid a mighty siege about the Tower of London and shot great guns So the child was delivered unto MerlinThey saw on the other side a lady with a sperhawk on her hand This knight he served as he had done the other.Tristram smiting him clean off his horse.When she saw she must be overtaken, she shaped herself, horse and man, by enchantment unto a great marble stone The young knight . . . at once opened the gates.

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