Walter Crane Children's Prints - My Mother
Walter Crane Children's Prints -
My Mother
(England, 1874)
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These prints of the poem "My Mother" are from Walter Crane's New Toy Book.   Crane (1845-1915), who established a reputation as a children's illustrator, was one of the earliest contributors to George Routledge's "toy books" which began publication in 1865.  He was one of the first children's illustrators to feature text and pictures together on a page, whereas most other books would interleave picture pages with text pages.  It was said of his work "Crane was first and foremost a designer.  His designs were simple and bold and used only bright, unmixed colors."  Edmund Evans was both the engraver and printer for Crane's works.


Price per print: Print Only:  $80
Matting Charge:  $35
Framing & Matting Charge:  $170
Dimensions: Print Only:  6 x 8 inches
Matted:  13 x 16 inches
Type of print: Original color wood engraving
Year: 1874

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My Mother Print (No. 70270001)
Who fed me from her gentle breast ...

My Mother Print (No. 70270002)
Who sat and watched my infant head

My Mother Print (No. 70270003)
Who dress'd my doll in clothes so gay ...

My Mother Print (No. 70270005)
Who ran to help me when I fell ...

My Mother Print (No. 70270006)
When thou art feeble, old, and gray ...

My Mother Print (No. 70270007)
And when I see thee hang they head ...