|acrylic and coloured pencil on 155 lb.
D'Arches hot press watercolour paper,
|This painting is inspired by Tennyson's the
Lady of Shalott. This is from the moment
when the Lady of Shalott after spending
much of her life weaving tapestry images of
other people's lives begins to yearn for a life
of her own.
|Other scenes from Tennyson's poem can be
seen around the painting's border