Midsummer Night

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Uther Pendragon’s dying dream (of two dragons fighting) was foreboding of the future of his son Arthur. Arthur proved his right to England’s throne by pulling the sword from the stone where the majig of Merlin had placed it. In Mid-summer, the males grapple in aerial combat, while the females affects to take notice.

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Uther Pendragon’s dying dream (of two dragons fighting) was foreboding of the future of his son Arthur. Arthur proved his right to England’s throne by pulling the sword from the stone where the majig of Merlin had placed it. In Mid-summer, the males grapple in aerial combat, while the females affects to take notice.

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Framed 16"x20", Giclee Print on Canvas 16"x20", Matted Print 11"x14"