ROMANCERS AND CHRONICLERS MENTIONED IN THE TEXT
BÉROUL, French. French verse romance of Tristan, about 1190.
CHRÉTIEN DE TROYES, French. French verse romances: Lancelot (The Knight of the Cart), about 1170; Perceval (Conte del Graal), about 1175.
GEOFFREY OF MONMOUTH, Welsh. Latin pseudo-chronicle, Historia Regum Brittaniae, "History of the Kings of Britain," between 1136 and 1138.
GOTTFRIED VON STRASSBURG, German. German verse romance of Tristan, about 1210.
LAYAMON, English. Chronicle, or Brut, named from Brutus, mythical ancestor of the Britons, first story of Arthur in English, between 1175 and 1205.
SIR THOMAS MALORY, English. English prose romance, the Morte d'Arthur, completed 1469.
NENNIUS, Welsh. Latin chronicle, the Historia Britonum, containing first known record of Arthur, about 826.
THOMAS OF BRITAIN, Anglo-Norman. French verse romance of Tristan, about 1185.
WACE, Anglo-Norman. French verse chronicle, Roman de Brut, based on Geoffrey of Monmouth Historia, 1155.
WILLIAM OF MALMESBURY, English. Latin chronicle, De Gestis Regum Angolorum, "Concerning the Deeds of the English Kings," 1125.
WOLFRAM VON ESCHENBACH, German. German verse romance of Parzival, about 1205.

ARTISTS MENTIONED IN THE TEXT
EDWIN AUSTIN ABBEY, American painter and illustrator, 1852-1911.
ADOLPHE APPIA, Swiss stage designer and critic, 1862-1928.
AUBREY BREADSLEY, English illustrator, 1872-1898.
EDWARD BURNE-JONES, English painter and designer, 1833- 1898.
CHARLES J. CONNICK, American designer and worker in stained glass, contemporary.
GUSTAVE DORÉ, French illustrator and painter, 1832-1883.
EDMUND DULAC, illustrator and painter, born in France, naturalized in England, 1882-.
HAROLD R. FOSTER, cartoonist and painter, born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, contemporary
HOLMAN HUNT, English painter and illustrator, 1827-1910.
DANIEL MACLISE, British illustrator, 1811-1870.
JOHN EVERETT MILLAIS, English painter and illustrator, 1829-1896.
WILLIAM MORRIS, English craftsman, designer, painter, and author, 1834-1896.
HOWARD PYLE, American illustrator, painter, and author, 1853-1911.
ARTHUR RACKHAM, English illustrator and painter, 1867- 1939.
DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI, English painter, illustrator, and poet, 1828-1882.
ELIZABETH ELEANOR SIDDAL. (Mrs. Dante Gabriel Rossetti), English, about 1834-1862.
JOSEPH URBAN, stage designer and decorator, born in Austria, naturalized in America, 1872-1933.
GEORGE FREDERIC WATTS, English painter, 1817-1904.

None of the early artists who painted Arthurian stories are known by name except Jörg Kölderer, Friedrich Lebenbacher, and Max Reichlich, the three Germans who restored the frescoes of Castle Runkelstein by order of Maximilian I between 1503 and 1511.

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