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The 1912 book presented here, Tennyson's Morte d'Arthur , created by Alberto Sangorski, is page-for-page the most beautiful publication I've.

And looking wistfully with wide blue eyes [Text Page] by: Alberto Sangorski (Artist) from: Morte D'Arthur: A Poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson (P.

‘Morte d’Arthur’ a poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson. Written out and illuminated by Alberto Sangorski. Reproduced by 1912 the Graphic Engraving Company for Chatto & Windus, London.

Detail of historiated initial. Origin:England, S.

The Luttrell Psalter is one of the most famous medieval manuscripts because of its rich illustrations of everyday life in the century. It was made in the diocese of Lincoln for Sir Geoffrey Luttrell - of Irnham, probably sometime between 1325 and

Silvio Luti shop card, Florence Italy, 1935. Found inside a travel guidebook.

Silvio Luti shop card, Florence Italy, Found inside a travel guidebook.

"Three Queens" ~ Illustrated by Alberto Sangorski, From "Morte D'Arthur: A Poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson", 1912

DuBois Hours miniature, c. 1325-1330, England From: Corsair: The Online Research Resource of The Pierpont Morgan Library, Images from Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts MS M.0700, fol. 031v detail. Description: "In lower margin, pelican in her piety flanked by dog and rabbit..."

The May Queen by Alfred Lord Tennyson Rubricated and illuminated. Colophon: “This manuscript, selected poems of Alfred Lord Tennyson, The May Queen, The sea fairies,The beggar maid, Hero to Leander, and Dora was designed, written out, and illuminated by Alberto Sangorski for Messrs. R. Rivière & Son bookbinders & booksellers to H.M. King George V. London. This manuscript will not be duplicated. This manuscript was executed by me [signed] Alberto Sangorski London A.D. 1912.”– P. [63]

Songs and sonnets: with tributes of three centuries written to commemorate the tercentenary of his death, April 1926 / by Sir Sidney Lee. Illumination by Alberto Sangorski.

The Song of Queen Guenevere. Illuminated manuscript by Alberto Francis Sangorski, ca. This is one of 8 illuminations taken from the historical poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson, "Extracts from Idylls of the Kings" (Tennyson's version of the Arthurian legend).

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