A charming facsimile edition of a delightfully illustrated poem telling the story of a wedding day.
Yes, flower bells rang right merry that day,
When there was a marriage of flowers, they say.
First published in 1905,Walter Crane's beautifully illustrated poem tells the delightful story of a wedding day. This beautiful facsimile hardcover edition has been reproduced in glorious colour, featuring 48 delightful illustrations. It is bound in real cloth and embossed with foil and would make a perfect wedding, engagement or Valentine's gift.
Walter Crane (1845-1915) was an artist and illustrator who, along with Kate Greenaway and Randolph Caldecott, was influential in developing the style of children's illustrated literature popular in England in the late nineteenth century. He is best known for his paintings and illustrations for children's books, but he also produced designs for wallpapers, textiles and ceramics and published important books on design.
Humour & Gift
Bloomsbury Acad & Prof