Illustration from page 190 of The Boy's King Arthur: "King Mark slew the noble knight Sir Tristram as he sat harping before his lady la Belle Isolde."

Illustration from page 190 of The Boy's King Arthur: "King Mark slew the noble knight Sir Tristram as he sat harping before his lady la Belle Isolde."

Michael Foreman.  From Arthur, High King of Britain  Foreman uses a lot of blue in his illustrations, and in this battle scene the flashes of orange capture the clash of sword on shield as, in the foreground, a knight is felled by a jauntily striped spear

Michael Foreman – a life in pictures

Michael Foreman. From Arthur, High King of Britain Foreman uses a lot of blue in his illustrations, and in this battle scene the flashes of orange capture the clash of sword on shield as, in the foreground, a knight is felled by a jauntily striped spear

Sir Tristram gave her a ring, from 'King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table', by Doris Ashley, published 1921

Sir Tristram gave her a ring, from 'King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table', by Doris Ashley, published 1921

Maurice Lalau ~ The Romance of Tristram and Iseult ~ 1909 / Translated from the French by Florence Simmonds / London: William Heinemann, c1910 / She gave up the ghost and died beside him for grief.

Maurice Lalau ~ The Romance of Tristram and Iseult ~ 1909 / Translated from the French by Florence Simmonds / London: William Heinemann, c1910 / She gave up the ghost and died beside him for grief.

Stories of King Arthur and His Knights/Chapter 20 - SIR TRISTRAM AND THE FAIR ISOUD	(D. G. Rosetti)

Stories of King Arthur and His Knights/Chapter 20 - SIR TRISTRAM AND THE FAIR ISOUD (D. G. Rosetti)

"Sir Lancelot rode sadly away, & did not look up at Elaine." J. Allen St. John

"Sir Lancelot rode sadly away, & did not look up at Elaine." J. Allen St. John

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