Tale of Ivanhoe

| View Cart ⇗ | Info

Scene from The Tale of Ivanhoe. “In the time of Richard I., the Saxons had not quite forgiven the Normans for conquering them. But Cedric the Saxon was very hospitable, and even Norman knights were welcome to his table, at which the beautiful figure of his ward, the Lady Rowena, was always to be seen in the place of honour. Cedric is here leading Rowena into the banqueting-hall.” —Arthur Mee and Holland Thompson, 1912


Arthur Mee and Holland Thompson, eds. The Book of Knowledge (New York, NY: The Grolier Society, 1912)


TIFF (full resolution)

1765×2400, 1002.7 KiB

Large GIF

753×1024, 182.8 KiB

Medium GIF

470×640, 99.7 KiB

Small GIF

235×320, 38.2 KiB