A close-up of one of the panels in the series - the death of Sir Tristram. From Wikipedia:
"The Tristram and Isoude stained glass panels are a series of 13 small stained-glass windows made in 1862 by Morris, Marshall, Faulker & Co. for Harden Grange, the house of textile merchant Walter Dunlop, near Bingley in Yorkshire, England. Depicting the legend of Tristan and Iseult, they were designed by six of the leading Pre-Raphaelite artists of the day, to an overall design by William Morris. They were acquired in 1917 by Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, which is now part of Bradford Museums & Galleries. They can be seen on display at Cliffe Castle, Keighley."
The designs were by Morris and five of his friends, Rossetti, Burne-Jones, Val Prinsep, Arthur Hughes and Ford Madox Brown. This one was designed by Madox Brown.
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