The House of Antosa Delarose
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Antosa believes that Love never Fails for I am a true, blue, pure, Romantic!
And what could be more Romantic than the legend of the Holy Grail one of the most enduring Romantic tales in Western European Literature & Art.
The search for this magical vessel became the principal quest of the knights of King Arthur, and continues to capture the imagination even now in the 21st Century
Left: "The Damsel of the Holy Grail" by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, ca. 1874
Bellow: Sir Galahad - the Quest of the Holy Grail (1870) by Arthur Hughes (1832-1915) oil on canvas Romanticism Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood Walker Art Gallery
Writings of the Holy Grail first appear in a written text in Chrétien de Troyes's Old French verse romance, the Conte del Graal ('Story of the Grail'), or Perceval, of c.1180.
With the passing of the Middle Ages, the Grail disappears for centuries until the 19th century when medieval history and legend awoke the interest of writers such as Scott and Tennyson, of the artists of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, and of composers, notably Richard Wagner
Now we live in the 21st Century Love and Romance is very much alive and the quest for the illusive magical Holy Grail continues.
Antosa believes that there is a Holy Grail
that lies within us all
a unique cup, chalice that holds Eternity and Everlasting Divine Beauty.
A Golden Chalice, A Heart of Gold, that flows with perfect emotions & Acts of Pure Unconditional Love that emanates from deep from within our Heart and Soul, an ocean of Unconditional Love vibrating within our most Holy of Holy Hearts.
And raises a heartfelt chalice of Love, Peace, Joy & Happiness to one and all as we welcome in the New Year 2016!
Love Antosa x
Above & Below: Quest for the Holy Grail Tapestries – Panel 6 – The Attainment; The Vision of the Holy Grail to Sr Galagad Sir Bors & Sr Percival
By Sir Edward Burne-Jones, William Morris, John Henry Dearle 1895-1896
“I Like For You To Be Still” by Pablo Nuruda
Für Elise (Piano version) by Ludwig van Beethoven