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The Lady Clare (1900)
. The Lady Clare (1900)
The Lady of Shalott [looking at Lancelot] (1894)
. The Lady of Shalott [looking at Lancelot] (1894)
The Lady of Shalott [on boat] (1888)
. The Lady of Shalott [on boat] (1888)
The Magic Circle (study) (1886)
. The Magic Circle (study) (1886)
A Mermaid (1901)
. A Mermaid (1901)
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I am Half-Sick of Shadows - said the Lady of Shalott - 1915
I am Half-Sick of Shadows - said the Lady of Shalott

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