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"King Lear," Act I, Scene I Edwin Austin Abbey  (American, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1852–1911 London)

"King Lear," Act I, Scene I Edwin Austin Abbey (American, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1852–1911 London)

L'art magique: Edwin Austin Abbey

Edwin Austin Abbey

L'art magique: Edwin Austin Abbey

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12001098_10208081278258795_2782273375546330127_o.jpg (1261×1998)

Vito Campanella ( 1932-2014 ) was an Italian-Argentine painter, known for working in the Surrealism  style. Campanella was born in Monopol...

Vito Campanella ( 1932-2014 ) was an Italian-Argentine painter, known for working in the Surrealism style. Campanella was born in Monopol...

This 1895 painting by Edwin Austin Abbey shows the Arthurian knight Sir Galahad discovering the fabled Holy Grail.

This 1895 painting by Edwin Austin Abbey shows the Arthurian knight Sir Galahad discovering the fabled Holy Grail.

Walter Everett  http://gregnewbold.blogspot.com/2011/11/more-walter-everett.html

Walter Everett http://gregnewbold.blogspot.com/2011/11/more-walter-everett.html

Pre Raphaelite Art

Pre Raphaelite Art

Stepan Kolesnikov (1879-1955), Gouache “Winter Landscape“, 1941

Stepan Kolesnikov (1879-1955), Gouache “Winter Landscape“, 1941

The Penance of Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester, by Edwin Austin Abbey

The Penance of Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester, by Edwin Austin Abbey

Last Sleep of Arthur in Avalon~  Avalon (probably from the Welsh word afal, meaning apple) is a legendary island. It first appears in Geoffrey of Monmouth's 1136 pseudohistorical account Historia Regum Britanniae as the place where King Arthur's sword Excalibur (Caliburnus) was forged and later where Arthur was taken to recover from his wounds after the Battle of Camlann. Avalon was associated from an early date with mystical practices and people such as Morgan le Fay.

Last Sleep of Arthur in Avalon~ Avalon (probably from the Welsh word afal, meaning apple) is a legendary island. It first appears in Geoffrey of Monmouth's 1136 pseudohistorical account Historia Regum Britanniae as the place where King Arthur's sword Excalibur (Caliburnus) was forged and later where Arthur was taken to recover from his wounds after the Battle of Camlann. Avalon was associated from an early date with mystical practices and people such as Morgan le Fay.

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