These lovely original art nouveau prints are from a collection of stories and fables called "The Golden Staircase", collated by Louey Chisholm and illustrated by M Dibdin Spooner, printed in 1906. They are all in very good condition.
The print size on all is approx 4.25" x 6.25" and the mounted size is 8" x 10" (reverse for landscape prints). The mount colour shown is silver grey, but use the order/enquire button if you would like a different colour.
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Just a sample of one of the prints
in a Wilko frame.
By Rudyard Kipling
"Have lifted the hump - the horrible hump - the hump that is black and blue!"
... in the heavenly meadow.
By Kate Bunce
"There is a school, where all the angel children must work four hours a day."
By Robert Browning
"Tripping and skipping, ran merrily after the wonderful music with shouting and laughter."
By William Blake
"Little Lamb, who made thee, Dost thou know who made thee."
By Charles Kingsley
"I found my poor little doll, dears, As I played in the heath one day."
By Matthew Arnold
"Come dear children, let us away; Down and away below!"
By Lord Houghton
"A fair little girl sat under a tree, Sewing as long as her eyes could see."
By George MacDonald
"Where did you come from, baby dear?"
"Their pretty lips with blackberries were all besmeared and dyed."
"In worship low they bent."
By Sir Walter Scott
"He took her soft hand, ere her mother could bar - 'Now tread we a measure!' said young Lochinvar."
By William Wordsworth
"The storm came on before its time; She wandered up and down."
By Lord Tennyson
"Yet here's a kiss for my mother dear."
The photos are not proportionately sized, so please check the measurements given.
Mount colour is as accurate as possible, but of course may show up differently on different computers.
Picture size is approximate, though overall mount size is pretty accurate.
Any noticeable marks or creases are noted in the description.