Virginia Woolf on her garden at Monks House: 'There seemed an infinity of fruitbearing trees; the plums crowded so as to weigh the tip of the branch down; unexpected flowers sprouted among cabbages. There were well kept rows of peas, artichokes, potatoes; raspberry bushes had pale little pyramids of fruit; & I could fancy a very pleasant walk in the orchard under the apple trees'. 

Virginia Woolf Diary, I, pp. 286-7


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Unique A4 artwork on paper, comes with an A3 white mount. 

Mixed media: handmade printmaking techniques, collage, inks, pen work, metallic thread stitching.

Avoid displaying in direct sunlight

A4 artwork of Virginia Woolf in Monks House garden