Sign in to favourite Sign in to add to album Geographical notes close Places are defined in terms of modern geography. Copyright Information close This artwork is in public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 70 years or less. If you are a copyright owner of this artwork, or his/hers legal representative, and you do not agree that this artwork is public domain, please let us know email@example.com WikiArt.org allows unlimited copying, distributing and displaying of the images of public domain artworks. Artworks protected by copyright are supposed to be used only for contemplation. Images of that type of artworks are prohibited for copying, printing, or any kind of reproducing and communicating to public since these activities may be considered copyright infringement. Public domain ← → Guarded by Rough English Soldiers Howard Pyle Date: 1904 Style: Romanticism Genre: illustration Image dimension 392x600px, View all sizes Howard Pyle Famous works Joan of Arc Howard Pyle · 1863 Guarded by Rough English Soldiers Howard Pyle · 1904 The Mermaid Howard Pyle · 1910 An Attack on a Galleon Howard Pyle · La Salle Christening the Country 'Louisiana' Howard Pyle · View all 76 artworks Related Artworks Quest for the Holy Grail Edwin Austin Abbey Painting of Native American N.C. Wyeth The Passing of Robin Hood N.C. Wyeth Robinson Crusoe illustration N.C. Wyeth Rip Van Winkle Illustration N.C. Wyeth Illustration for poem The Picket Guard N.C. Wyeth Cover of The Boy's King Arthur N.C. Wyeth I am Sir Launcelot du Lake, King Ban's son of Benwick, and knight of the Round Table N.C. Wyeth The lady Lyoness had the dwarf in examination N.C. Wyeth Launcelot and Guenevere N.C. Wyeth Title page of The Boy's King Arthur N.C. Wyeth And when they came to the sword that the hand held, King Arthur took it up N.C. Wyeth King Mark slew the noble knight Sir Tristram N.C. Wyeth Merlin taking away the infant Arthur N.C. Wyeth The green knight preparing to battle Sir Beaumains N.C. Wyeth Sir Mador's spear brake all to pieces, but the other's spear held N.C. Wyeth They fought with him on foot more than three hours, both before him N.C. Wyeth Sir Launcelot in the wilderness, after leaving the Round Table N.C. Wyeth Tam On The Craig Face N.C. Wyeth Le château des servantes Edwin Austin Abbey 1 Load more Advertisement.