The Accolade, 1901
Item #: 10091279A
18" x 27"
13" x 21.5" without border
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High-quality printing gives this fine art print its vivid and sharp appearance. Produced on medium weight cover stock, this art reproduction is coated with a silken finish that protects the inks and creates an elegant look. The versatile art print strikes a balance between quality and affordability.
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Love bathes a beautiful, young noble woman in its pure white light as she knights a valiant hero in Edmund Blair Leighton’s “The Accolade,” a lushly romantic Arthurian homage to chivalry, gallantry, love and honor. Leighton (1853 – 1922), who studied and exhibited at the Royal Academy Schools was a pre-Raphaelite artist known for his fastidiously crafted, romantic medieval and regency scenes. Leighton’s romanticized historical scenes featured long, richly colored dresses which were often the focal point of his works, painted with exquisite flow and ripple that expressed both motion and rest.
British artist Edmund Blair Leighton (1853 – 1922) was a pre-Raphaelite artist who created fastidiously crafted medieval and regency scenes that elegantly recreate a romantic, chivalrous past. Leighton, who studied at the prestigious Royal Academy and exhibited there for more than 40 years, spurned a job in the office of a tea merchant to follow his artistic ambitions. His work contained themes of courtship or weddings, often characterized by long, richly colored dresses, perceptively painted with flow and ripple that expressed both motion and rest. Leighton’s exquisitely romanticized historical scenes are frequently reproduced as posters today.
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