See-Saw-Jack in the hedge; Which is the way to London Bridge?; One foot up, the other foot down; That is the way to London town; .......The delicious artwork of Kate Greenaway really made its mark in 1901. This is when the book "Mother Goose, or The old nursery rhymes" was published.
I have 20 of these images that i am painstakingly digitally restoring. I'm restoring them in a sympathetic fashion, as I don't believe they should be garishly bright or over-coloured. I do hope that you agree.
It's a great solution to that sudden "Oh no! I forgot to buy a gift for the baby shower!". Simply pay, download and print. The watermark is not visible on your purchase.
This is a digital file. No physical file will be posted to you. If you WOULD like that instead, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a high resolution image. That means that it can be printed at up to 16 inches without losing any detail.
The file itself is 10" x 8" (25cm x 20cm), with a DPI of 500px
Choose which size to print it, maybe a 7" x 5" would suit you better. This size would fit onto half of an A4 sheet of art paper or card.
You will receive a large jpg. Ready to print at the size of your choice. There is also a PDF, for people who prefer to deal with this format.
Please note that this is a DIGITAL IMAGE that will be available to you immediately; this gives you the freedom to either print it at home, upload to an online printers, or visit your local print shop if you prefer.