One of three drawings for the stained glass design 'King Mark and La Belle Iseult' also in Birmingham's collection. The drawings were studies for a series of thirteen stained glass designs illustrating the Story of Tristram and Iseult as told in Malory's 'Morte d'Arthur'. The windows were commissioned by a Bradford merchant, Walter Dunlop, for the decoration of the entrance hall at Harden Grange, near Bingley, Yorkshire, and are now in Bradford City Art Gallery.

  • Bequeathed by James Richardson Holliday, 1927.
  • © Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery


Association Artist Organisation
Artist Sir Edward Burne-Jones -


Catalogue No. Venue Date(s)
Hidden Burne Jones
- Leighton House, London 2007-10 - 2008-01


Author(s) Date(s) Publisher Pages
City of Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery: Catalogue of the Permanent Collection of Drawings
A E Whitley 1939 Bemrose & Sons Ltd, Derby p. 53
Visions of Love & Life: Pre-Raphaelite Art from the Birmingham Collection
Stephen Wildman 1995 Art Services International p. 200
Hidden Burne-Jones, Works on paper by Edward Burne-Jones from Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery
2007 Dan Giles, Ltd., London p. 74

Associated people

Name Type
Sir Thomas Malory Author
Walter Dunlop Commissioned by

Associated places

Name Type
Harden Grange, Bingley, Yorkshire, England Associated with

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