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The Lady Of Shallot 1888  fabric by peacoquettedesigns on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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By Sarah Walden

Fascinated by all things historical - but with a modern twist. What can I design for you? All designs are original, taken from public domain, Creative Commons or legally licensed.

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Seamless repeat " In this rendition of Tennyson's poem, John William Waterhouse (1849-1917) pictures the Lady of Shalott having just left her island,

Seamless repeat * scale slightly reduced to showcase better across a fat quarter in April 2014 " In this rendition of Tennyson's poem, John William Waterhouse (1849-1917) pictures the Lady of Shalott having just left her island, the stone stairs visible behind her, the loosening chain still in her hand. Rather than the mysterious and powerful figure portrayed by Hunt, she is a sorrowful maiden dressed in virginal white, which, like the crucifix and rosary next to the candles, suggest her spirituality. And, like the candles, only one of which still is lit, her life soon will be snuffed out, its sensuality, suggested by her red lips, long flowing hair, and low-slung girdle, unfulfilled. The tapestry that drags in the water is one that she wove on her loom and, in the two roundels that are visible, depicts the lady, herself, and Sir Lancelot, the cause both of her destruction and, in his affair with Queen Guinevere, that of Camelot itself. At the left margin of the canvas are two swallows, which, in their reappearance every spring, signify resurrection, just as the fallen leaf in the lady's lap signals her loss of innocence and impending death." Reference: J. W. Waterhouse (2002) by Peter Trippi. As always, any color, scale or orientation can be accommodated upon request! Original photo in Public Domain http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:JWW_TheLadyOfShallot_1888.jpg

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thepain...

thepaintfactory says: Is there any way you can just get the original image into a fat quarter, so that there's only on Lady?

Posted about 1 year ago.

peacoqu...

peacoquettedesigns says: Thank you, Amy!

Posted over 3 years ago.

amy_g

amy_g says: Oh, this is just so beautiful....I love it so much!!!!

Posted over 3 years ago.

an_elem...

an_element_of_style says: This fabric is fantastic...I have just made a leather bag out of it and it looks great for my first one....next will be better....I would love to post a picture here but it is not letting me...so you can see it at facebook/anelementofstyle....please have a look ...it came out really well....thankyou for the wonderful fabric....

Posted over 4 years ago.

me_lady

me_lady says: Would like to buy this fabric is it going for sale soon? Thanks so much

Posted almost 5 years ago.