Retellings of Malory


Barbara Tepa Lupack. The Girl’s King Arthur: Tales of the Women of Camelot (2010). Illustrated by Ian Brown.

Born in Yorkshire, England, in 1962, Ian Brown is a predominantly self-taught artist and illustrator. Fascinated from an early age with mythology, folklore, and, in particular, the Arthurian legends— and long inspired by such artists as Gustave Doré, Arthur Rackham, and the Pre-Raphaelites—he has illustrated and written for several magazines, journals, and books. His own art expresses light, movement, and emotion, with the latter being more subtly expressed in his black-and-white ink illustrations and more overtly conveyed through color in larger works.


"Dame Ragnell" from The Girl’s King Arthur.

All text for Visualizing Camelot © by Alan Lupack and Barbara Tepa Lupack, 2023-2024.