Amanda White

Portfolio: Giclee Prints

Wild December, Top Withens

The farmhouse that is said to have inspired Emily Brontë when writing Wuthering Heights.

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Haworth Winter

The Brontë sisters return from a winter walk.

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

The Sweet Day Departed

Kelmscott House. William Morris's home in Hammersmith

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40cm x 30cm

£50.00

"Mine Own Countree"

Samuel Taylor Coleridge's cottage in Nether Stowey.

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Prospect Cottage, Dungeness

The East Sussex home and garden of Derek Jarman (1942-1994), film-maker, artist, writer and gay rights campaigner.

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

A Bloomsbury Tea Party

Teatime at Ham Spray House, with Carrington, Lytton Strachey and Virginia Woolf.

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40cm x 30cm

£50.00

Plein Air in Charleston Farmhouse Garden

Vanessa Bell, seeking inspiration. Duncan Grant, providing it.

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Haunted Blickling Hall

The birthplace of Anne Boleyn.

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Chawton Cottage Caller

An interruption for Jane Austen again!

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Passing Showers, Hill Top 1905

The first Lake District home of Beatrix Potter

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Holy Night, Felpham

Blake's Cottage. A winter's vision

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Night and Day, Monk's House, Rodmell

The East Sussex countryside retreat of Virginia Woolf, purchased around the time she published her second novel, Night and Day. This image selected by the National Trust for sale in print and card form at Monk's House.

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Jane and Cassandra Austen Tending Their Steventon Garden

An imaginary portrait of the writer's home, now long demolished. Steventon Rectory was where Jane Austen and her family lived for the first 25 years of her life.

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Sheep and Storm, Dove Cottage, Grasmere

Romantic poet William Wordsworth's Lake District home between 1799 and 1808.

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Winter Foxes, Haworth Parsonage

The snowbound Yorkshire home of the Brontë sisters.

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Vita and Harold in their Sissinghurst Garden

Vita Sackville-West and her husband Harold Nicholson with their dogs in their world famous garden at Sissinghurst Castle, Kent.

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40cm x 30cm

£50.00

After The Waves

Virginia Woolf's "writing lodge" at her Sussex home, Monk's House. July 1931. After reading the manuscript, Leonard comes out to tell his wife that The Waves is a masterpiece.

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Autumn Days, Wentworth Place

Wentworth Place (now Keats House) in Hampstead was the home of poet John Keats between 1818 and 1820. Here he is in the garden with his fiancee Fanny Brawne.

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40cm x 30cm

£50.00

Bronte Moon

'I understand the sun very seldom shone on the Bronte family' - Virginia Woolf. The remarkable sisters outside their home, Haworth Parsonage.

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Autumn Evening, Haworth Parsonage (with geese)

The Yorkshire home of the Bronte sisters. In this house were written several of the greatest works of 19th century English literature. The geese are Victoria and Adelaide, two of the sisters' many pets.

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30cm x 40cm

£50.00

Mr Dickens and his Dog in Doughty Street

The celebrated author re-visiting the London home he shared with his wife Catherine and her sister (his muse), Mary.
The house is now the Charles Dickens Museum.

Open Edition
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40cm x 30cm

£50.00