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Country home that inspired young Beatrix Potter to paint on sale

This literally made my childhood complete. Love this series. I belong in Europe..

Hoping all parents will read Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit stories to their little ones; it was a long time ago, but our oldest daughter's nursery was all Peter Rabbit decor. Potter's illustrations and stories are forever endearing.

Beatrix Potter and Kep, 1915 (Helen Beatrix Potter 28 July 1866)                                                                                                                                                     More

Beatrix Potter - Author, Artist and Naturalist

Beatrix Potter had a collie named Kep. Kep worked her sheep at Hill Top Farm in the beautiful Lake District. Kep was the first and favorite of many collies on the farm. he is the collie in Jemima Puddledunk

Beatrix Potter - Bunnies in Winter  Helen Beatrix Potter (1866 – 1943) English author, illustrator, mycologist and conservationist  This watercolour is at the Victoria and Albert Museum, but isn't shown online. In the past they sold it on notecards. Very similar to her older cover drawing for "The Happy Pair." This one is much more winsome and a more mature paint

Beatrix Potter - Bunnies in Winter Helen Beatrix Potter – English author, illustrator, mycologist and conservationist This watercolour is at the Victoria and Albert Museum, but isn't shown online. In the past they sold it on notecards.

Beatrix Potter bought Hill Top in 1905, having fallen in love with the Lake District and the surrounding area. Over the next few years she spent as much time as possible at Hill Top, gaining inspiration for her stories from the farmhouse and the local villages.

Beatrix Potter bought Hill Top in having fallen in love with the Lake District and the surrounding area. Over the next few years she spent as much time as possible at Hill Top, gaining inspiration for her stories from the farmhouse and the local villages.

Hunca Munca from A Tale of Two Bad Mice by Beatrix Potter.

Beatrix Potter, illustration for "The Tale of Two Bad Mice". Hunca Munca is my favorite Beatrix Potter character, from my favorite Beatrix Potter book.

Beatrix Potter                                                                                                                             More

liquidnight: “ Girl cuddling rabbit, circa 1909 From Beauty and the Beast: Human-Animal Relations as Revealed in Real Photo Postcards, ”

Beatrix Potter - the original "Cottage" Mouse - painted and decorated with gumpaste flowers

Come Through the Doors on Thursday girlyme: “ (via Peter Rabbit & Friends-Beatrix Potter’s Delightful Creatures / Beatrix Potter Mouse House in The …) ”

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