Snuggling With Mama - Family Art Print
Florence Harrison created this tender watercolor of a child asleep on their mother's lap. It's from The Fairy Ring (1908), a captivating collection of original fairy poetry written and beautifully illustrated by Harrison. This particular image is matched with a poem that tells us "Then hush-a-bye, sweet, to the spell and song of the Dream Shell." See this image on a greeting card!
Florence Harrison (1877-1955), an English Australian artist, left an indelible impression on the world of illustration with her captivating and fantastical artwork for children. Combining Pre-Raphaelite influences with the techniques of fin-de-siècle (turn of the century) poster artists, she crafted a unique style that was truly her own. Her Golden Age illustrations encompassed a wide range, from bringing her own poetry for children to life to adorning the pages of Romantic literary works by renowned authors such as Christina Rossetti, William Morris, and Sir Alfred Tennyson. Among her remarkable creations, the 1912 book Elfin Song stands as one of her most celebrated works.
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