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Choose from 263 pictures in our Kate Greenaway collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


July - Kate Greenaway, 1884 Featured Kate Greenaway Print

July - Kate Greenaway, 1884

From the Kate Greenaway Almanack for 1884, an illustration for the month of July. The Almanack for 1884 by Kate Greenaway was published by George Routledge & Sons of London and New York

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170178774, 19th Century Style, Empire Dress, Historical Clo, Pub, Regency Style

Cover design, The Queen of the Pirate Isle Featured Kate Greenaway Print

Cover design, The Queen of the Pirate Isle

Cover design, The Queen of the Pirate Isle, by Bret Harte, illustrated by Kate Greenaway. Showing three children playing on a makeshift sailing boat constructed with a chair, a sweeping brush and a bed sheet.
1886

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1880s, 1886, Bed, Boat, Book, Bret, Brush, Chair, Child, Child Hood, Children, Cover, Design, Game, Greenaway, Harte, Illustration, Isle, Kate, Makeshift, Nautical, Pirate, Playing, Queen, Sailing, Sheet, Sweeping, Victorian

Two women scared by a rat Featured Kate Greenaway Print

Two women scared by a rat

Two women in the town of Hamelin in Lower Saxony, Germany, being scared by one of the rats which were plaguing the townsfolk in 1284. The event inspired the legend of the Pied Piper who removed the rats by playing his musical instrument but when the townsfolk refused to pay him, he lured away most of their children. From ?The Pied Piper of Hamelin? by Robert Browning, illustrated by Kate Greenaway, published by George Routledge & Sons, London, Glasgow, Manchester and New York in 1888

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