The release of our long-awaited Arthurian Fonts and Art Package is just around the corner and we’re adding new content all the time. The fonts are holding it up, but the phenomenal assortment of art is well developed, and as we work, we’re releasing some mini-packages of Arthurian art by artists like Herbert Cole and Katherine Cameron and Dora Curtis.
Our newest addition to our collection of Arthurian art is one of the great classics of the genre, Walter Crane’s phenomenal illustrations for Henry Gilbert’s 1911 retelling of Thomas Mallory’s stories under the title King Arthur’s Knights. This is one of Crane’s most famous later works, with enormously rich and detailed illustrations of some of the most famous scenes in the Arthurian cycle.
The collection includes 16 images in large format and high resolution, digitally color corrected and perfect for use in print or scaled down on the web. You can see some samples to the right, or scroll down to the end of this article to see small samples of all of the images in the package.
The whole package is only $15. To order the package and download it immediately, just go to our ONLINE STORE.