|Elaine John Atkinson Grimshaw|
|Elaine and Lancelot Eleanor Fortescue Brickdale|
Obviously, she fell in love with him, utterly.
|Elaine and Lancelot Arthur Dixon|
Elaine was somewhat disenchanted by this, and no doubt did a bit more sighing.
Lancelot left with some vague murmur of 'Sure, I'll call...' but after ten days of waiting, Elaine decided dying was a far more dignified exit than waiting for the telephone to be invented and then finding out he still won't call back.
|Elaine Briton Riviere|
The reason for my sudden interest in Elaine was occasioned by flicking through 'Country Life' (it arrived at my place of work and I always check out the deb and the picture of the week) and it was this rather gorgeous painting...
|'The Dead Steer'd by the Dumb Went Upward With the Flood...' (1904) Ernest Normand|
|The Lady of Shalott (1888) J W Waterhouse|
|Elaine Edward Reginald Frampton|
|Lancelot and Elaine (William Warder and May Princep) Julia Margaret Cameron|
|The Death of Elaine Julia Margaret Cameron|
|Elaine Emma Sandys|
|Elaine John Melhuish Strudwick|
|Elaine (1899) William Loudan|
|The Lady Elaine the Fair Howard Pyle|
But then, I'm not from Guildford. They are obviously more romantic and fragile up there...