Arthur Boyd Houghton


Wood engraving by the Dalziel Brothers

5 x 4 inches

Illustration for Ballad Stories of the Affections, p. 9.

This image typifies Houghton’s manipulation of Pre-Raphaelite medievalism, deploying the fanciful archaism that also features in the illustrations of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Frederick Sandys.

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