This print is a reproduction of a watercolour from the sketchbook of Edward Lear (1812 - 1888).
Famous for the "Owl and the Pussycat" and other nonsense verse in the 19th century, Edward Lear is known for popularizing the limerick while also being a prominent landscape artist and ornithologist.
The soft pastel colours and loose linework make these images lighter than air, while Lear's notations and comments add an original element.
Framed in an angled frame with a light wood and pearlescent finish.
Outside Frame Dimensions: 33" x 13"
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