"And a maiden bare that Sangreal, and she said openly: 'Wit you well, Sir Bors, that this child is Galahad'" by William Russell Flint from his suite for "Le Morte d'Arthur: The Book of King Arthur and his Noble Knights of the Round Table"
A Camelot tapestry - Arthur has just slain the Black Knight. Luned, the handmaiden of Guinevere, escorts the young Arthur to her lady's chamber. She desires to help him press his suit with Mordred's widow. A Belgian tapestry: