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Walter Crane was born in Liverpool on 15 August 1845. He spent his youth on the south coast & in London & was apprenticed to W. J. Linton, the engraver.Crane's…
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"The snapdragon opened his jaw, but, at sithe of scotch thistle, turned pale" Image taken from page 58 of 'A Floral Fantasy in an Old English Garden. Set forth in verses & coloured designs' | Author: CRANE, Walter.| Place of Publishing: London | Date of Publishing: 1899 Publisher: Harper & Bros.
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'Floral Fantasy' is authored and illustrated by Walter Crane. Originally published in 1899, it contains stunning colour illustrations, alongside the poetry.
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Giclee Print: Convallaria Majalis by Walter Crane : 24x18in
Illustration from "A Floral Fantasy in an Old English Garden" - Walter Crane
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Dandelion knight illustration by Walter Crane (1845-1915) for the book A Floral Fantasy in an Old English Garden, 1899
Walter Crane - A floral fantasy in an old English garden : set forth in verses & coloured designs (1899)
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Walter Crane - The Three Bears. London: George Routledge and Sons, 1873.