Saturday, April 10, 2010

John William Waterhouse - The Lady Clare, 1900

She clad herself in a russet gown,
She was no longer Lady Clare:
She went by dale, and she went by down,
With a single rose in her hair.

The lily-white doe Lord Ronald had brought
Leapt up from where she lay,
Dropt her head in the maiden's hand,
And follow'd her all the way.
- Tennyson

Two studies for The Lady Clare by Waterhouse


The Lady Clare @ ArtMagick

Elizabeth Siddal's Lady Clare -

Some poems by Alfred Lord Tennyson -
Lady Clare is at the bottom of the page.