Wayside Bells 80/9
In The Prelude Book 8, Wordsworth was captivated by the beauty of wild foxgloves, with their upward shooting stems and bell-shaped petals.
"When the foxglove, one by one, Upwards, through every stage of its tall stem, Had shed its bells, and stood by the wayside Dismantled, with a single one, perhaps, Left at the ladder's top, with which the plant, Appeared to stoop, as slender blades of grass , Tipped with a bead of rain or dew, behold!"
Vicky Lovatt has chosen a delightful pink variety with petals tinged with a hint of burgundy. The spires of the foxgloves shoot into the sky with freehand painted dots in the inside of each flower, giving them their unique, distinctive appearance. A Moorcroft masterpiece.
Vicky Lovatt Ltd Ed 35
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