ARTHURIAN ART

DYCE, WILLIAM
Scottish Realist Painter, 1806-1864

   Dyce was educated at Aberdeen Grammar School and Marischal College. He worked with oil and watercolour, in fresco and designed stained glass. His finest easel pictures are of religious subjects. He was elected an Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy in 1835. Dyce is remembered as a leader of the High Church Movement and also as a chorister and composer.

Departure of the Knights on the Grail Quest
Gawaine Swears to Defend Ladies, 1854
Lancelot Spares King Arthur