Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Yes, please put the kettle on!And I recognize these paintings from Pear's soap advertisements. And I am not even English! xx
They are lovely that's for sure !My mum had one of a little girl and her pony soo cute, my sister has it now the horse women that she is ! Thanks for sharing . Have a wonderful evening. !
We are with you- they are such beautiful paintings!lovetweedles
Of course I love these! I have a copy of a Victorian print of two little girls feeding apples to a pony. It's in the same style...I will do a little research and see if it's by the same artist.
I love these. They seem as if they'll come alive at any moment.
Some of my favorites too. Delightful and sweet images.
O such fun, I also love the prints of Arthur Elsley. You show some beautiful ones. What a coincidence, on my last blogpost "Autumn Dinner Party", I also showed a reproduction of A. Elsley: the fox hunting in a school class.Have a nice weekend,Janneke
They have a Rockwell feeling of secure and happy times. Thank you, Jo, for sharing these with me. I gazed at them all for a long time. :-)
I've enjoyed these paintings as I have not been familiar with Elsley's work before.Have a marvelous week-end, Jo!
These are wonderful, we have a couple of his prints hanging in the library.
They're all good.. but I like the top one especially.
Please come link this to my open house blog party! Some of the children in Arthur's pictures were still living in the early 90's - elderly. I have sold them for years but recently Gallery Graphics has closed. Sad.
These are so beautiful-charming in every way and the details so superb. Thanks for sharing. You left me wanting more!Love all the pictures on your sidebar too. Love them!Ruthie from: http://www.ladybstimefortea.blogspot.com
There's so much to be read in those expressions and the colors and beautifully subtle.Ann
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