A Watch of Nightingales Book Print (2011): Frameable Nursery Wall Art, Bird Watcher Gift, Nature Alphabet Picture, Grey Blue Red Brown White
A Watch of Nightingales Book Print (2011)
I have a fondness for alphabet books written for children. The concept is very simple (a page for each letter of the alphabet), but the possibilities for creative artwork is endless.
I came across an ex-library copy of one such alphabet book published in 2011. This one used collective nouns of animals, birds and insects as its theme. I really enjoyed the wood block printing designs and their bold colors and graphics and think any of these prints would looking beautiful framed and displayed.
The dimensions of the print are 9" x 12". Please note that this was cut from a book, so one edge may be slightly uneven and need to be trimmed to fit your framing needs.
The first photo shows an example of how the print might look framed. FRAME AND MATTING NOT INCLUDED.
This is the ORIGINAL BOOK PRINT, not a digital copy.
The print will be mailed between cardboard to protect it from damage.
To see what other prints I currently have available from this book, please visit: https://www.etsy.com/shop/GailsPrintCrafts/search?search_query=collective+noun
Thank you for stopping by and have a blessed day!
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USPS is my shipping company of choice. All physical items will be shipped USPS First Class, Priority or Parcel Post with tracking, depending upon weight and destination. Prints and single wood blocks will be shipped First Class because of their light weight. International orders are always welcome. Customers are responsible for any additional taxes or customs fees.
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Please contact me (the seller) within 10 days of receipt if you are unhappy with your purchase and we can discuss an appropriate refund or arrange for an exchange.
The titles of the books I use as sources for my book prints are trade secrets and for that reason I will decline to provide details about which specific book an individual print came from. If you are serious about discovering the book's identity, I suggest you do your own research and/or contact your local public library for help. For you, it might be a passing curiosity, but this is how I make my living. Thank you for your understanding!