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Page thirty-four from 'Flora's Feast', Honeysuckle

Crane, Walter, 1902, Publisher's print
Page thirty-four from 'Flora's Feast', Honeysuckle
Page thirty-four from 'Flora's Feast', Honeysuckle
Page thirty-four from 'Flora's Feast', Honeysuckle
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Item no
40164
Title
Page thirty-four from 'Flora's Feast', the Convolvulus and the Honeysuckle
Description
The female Convolvulus embraces the male Honeysuckle as he stands up, faces away and stretches his arms above his head, mirroring the circular outline of the honeysuckle behind him that has attracted a bee. Both are dressed in floral garments and the women's legs are further wrapped in leaves, resembling a mermaid's tail. The accompanying text reads:
"The fond Convolvulus still clings,
The Honeysuckle spreads his wings".
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Date
1902
Size
25.0 x 18.5 cm
Type
Publisher's print
Location
Art and Design Library
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£5.80(inc. VAT 20%)
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£29.40(inc. VAT 20%)
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