In Chaucer's canterbury pilgrims he draws his portraits to the life.
One of his most popular, though not the best of his pictures, is the Procession of the canterbury pilgrims.
Chaucer, who knew the word only as meaning “liquid,” has left a masterpiece of humour in his prologue to the canterbury pilgrims.
Blake, who had been a friend of Stothard for many years, went to visit him, and found him at work on the canterbury pilgrims.
Cromek was not wrong in thinking that Stothard would make a successful picture of the canterbury pilgrims.
They are waning into the Hades of extinct races, with the sumpnours and the limitours of the canterbury pilgrims.
Chaucer came there, with his canterbury pilgrims, and lodged at the Tabard inn, which has disappeared.
The canterbury pilgrims, on the other hand, bade farewell to old England by dancing at a ball.
The foundation of Christchurch is connected with the so-called “canterbury pilgrims,” who settled in this district in 1850.