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How Beaumains defeated the Red Knight, and always the damosel spake many foul words unto him

by Arthur Rackham

How Beaumains defeated the Red Knight, and always the damosel spake many foul words unto him - Arthur Rackham
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How Beaumains defeated the Red Knight, and always the damosel spake many foul words unto him - Arthur Rackham

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English: "How Beaumains defeated the Red Knight, and always the damosel spake many foul words unto him" oil on Canvas.
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Arthur Rackham

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