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14/08/2022: This page (see here) at the RA on a translation of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight by John Ormerod Greenwood (1956) exists because of my research and correspondence with their archive and library teams. The page links to this online research hub Representing Sir Gawain and the Green Knight where the artwork by Roy Morgan from the translation can be seen. The RA attribute the anonymous poem to Hugh Mascy, although this is part of the introduction in that translation it has since been questioned and there is consensus that we still don’t know who the poet was. There are however a number of scholars who do attribute the poem to Mascy, for example see Kooper, E. (1982). THE CASE OF THE ENCODED AUTHOR: John Massey in “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, 83(2), 158–168.


20/07/2022: The entry on Roy Morgan on this site (see here) and at the RA archive (see hereis improved as a result of correspondence with Adam Waterton (librarian).

05/07/2022: From the 8th of July to the 13th of July 2022 Michael Eden is showing three paintings in the exhibition 'Verdant' curated by Camilla Brown for Middlesex University (see here). Those paintings are from the series 'Woodwose'  inspired by references to the medieval wild-man of the same name in the poem Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.

17/06/2022: Representing Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (this website) is listed at the Camelot Project see Gawain's character description page here and the section regarding websites with Arthurian content here. The Camelot Project sponsored by the University of Rochester was created by Alan Lupack and Tepa Lupack and was started in 1995 as a database of Arthurian texts, images, bibliographies, and basic information.  

13/06/2022: Representing Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (this website) listed on University of Arts London Research online, see here.

11/06/2022: Representing Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (this website) contributes to the biography of artist Herbert Cole (1867-1930), see here.