[The knight, love, and death] by Gerald Moira. c. 1898. Source: The Studio. In lieu of a title, these lines from D. G. Rossetti appear beneath the painting in The Studio reproduction:

And with his feet and with his wing-feathers,
He swept the spring that watered my heart's drouth
The dark ripples spread the waving hair
And as I stooped, her own lips rising there
Bubbled with brimming kisses at my mouth.

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White, Gleeson. "Mr. Gerald Moira's Paintings and Bas-relief Decorations." The Studio. 12 (1898): 221-37. Internet Archive version of a copy in an unidentified Library. Web. 27 April 2013.

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