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Tristan and Isolde by Sidney Harold Meteyard

Tristan and Isolde ~ Sidney Harold Meteyard. Tristan (Tristram) whose name means "sorrow", given to him because of the loss of his mother at his birth, was a noble knight.

*"The Departure of Tristram and La Belle Isoude from Ireland" by Val Prinsep.

The departure of Tristram and La Belle Isoude from Ireland Val Prinsep

There Came an Aged Man... Leading by the Hand the Young New-Made Knight (from: King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table) by Arthur Dixon, 1921

There Came an Aged Man. Leading by the Hand the Young New-Made Knight (from: King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table) by Arthur Dixon, 1921

Tristan and Isolde, by John Duncan, 1913

JOHN DUNCAN, SCOTTISH SYMBOLIST, SHARED CELTIC RENAISSANCE SENSIBILITY WITH HARRY CLARKE: ‘Spook School’ currents in European Decadents; Klimt, Schiele @ Wiener Werkstatte; Galle, Majorelle @ Nancy; Mucha @ Praha; Rusinol @ Sitges; Gaudi @ Barcelona + Modernista artists

Thus it happed the love first betwixt Sir Tristram and La Beale Isoud ... “Le morte d’Arthur” (1910-11) illustrated by William Russell Flint

Thus it happed the love first betwixt Sir Tristram and La Beale Isoud . “Le morte d’Arthur” illustrated by William Russell Flint

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