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Product Image The Lady of Shalott, John William Waterhouse

The Lady of Shalott, John William Waterhouse


This melancholy painting tells the story of the Lady of Shalott, the subject of a poem by Victorian poet laureate Alfred, Lord Tennyson. The Lady of Shalott grows weary of her lonely life in a palace and sets out in a boat...Lancelot then finds her dead, declaring her beauty. If you take the time to study the detail in this piece you will be blown away by the realism and detail of everything from the water sedge to the birds to the intricate tapestry in the boat. We suggest stitching this one in tapestry wools, as the painting was done around the time of William Morris! 

Each canvas comes with thread color key and required thread quantities.