A Fairy Tale
 (also known as All seemed to Sleep, the timid Hare on Form)
Arthur Wardle - circa 1895
805 x 548 • 463 KB
From the Walter Scott poem \"The Bridal of Triermain.\" ...A twelfth-century knight hears the legend of King Arthurs daughter and sets out to awaken Gyneth from her five hundred-year sleep and win her hand. When he arrives at the castle he finds.... All seem\'d to sleep -- the timid hare On form, the stag upon his lair, The eagle in her eyrie fair Between the earth and sky. But what of pictured rich and rare Could win De Vaux\'s eye-glance, where, Deep slumbering in the fatal chair, He saw King Arthur\'s child!\"
Owner/Location: Unknown
Dates: circa 1895
Artist age:Approximately 31 years old.
Dimensions: Height: 115 cm (45.28 in.), Width: 165 cm (64.96 in.)
Medium: Unknown
Entered by: Member on 27 August 2010.
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