Fairies and a Field Mouse - Fairies Art Print
Amidst a lush tapestry of roses, irises, and morning glories, the intricate details in this artwork transport you to a world where fairies and woodland creatures harmoniously coexist. Etheline E. Dell's fairies, distinctive and ethereal, are instantly recognizable. They're portrayed as otherworldly, often unclothed, and emanate a serene and dreamy aura. See our entire Roses Collection!
Etheline Ella Dell (1865-1891), daughter of landscape painter John Henry Dell, was a talented artist known for her contributions to illustration and genre painting in New Malden, Surrey. She demonstrated her artistic prowess in both oil and watercolor, with a portfolio that encompassed a variety of subjects. While her domestic scenes exuded a certain tenderness, Dell also ventured into the realm of Victorian fairy paintings, adding an ethereal quality to her work. Two books are known to have been illustrated by Dell: Songs of Trust and Triumph in the 1890s and Pictures from Shelley in 1892, leaving a lasting mark on the art world despite her tragically short life.
Our prints are suitable for framing or can be used as is for wall display.
This product was custom designed and created at our location in Seattle.
11" x 14", Bagged with Backer Board
Etheline E. Dell