Beatrice Potter

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Color drawing of Peter Rabbit by BeatrixPotter

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Beatrix Potter "Spring-The Nuttery"1903

Helen Beatrix Potter (1866 – 1943) English author, illustrator, mycologist and conservationist Pen ink and watercolor on paper V&A museum

11 Reasons Beatrix Potter Was The Most Charming Pen Pal Ever

The author of The Tale of Peter Rabbit wrote charming illustrated letters. In honor of her 147th birthday, here are some selections from her correspondence with Noel Moore between 1892 and 1900, courtesy of the Morgan Library & Museum.

Hill Top by night | Potter, Beatrix | V&A Search the Collections

Watercolour drawing of Hill Top farmhouse in Near Sawrey at night in the snow; by Beatrix Potter; Linder Bequest catalogue no. LB.445.. Museum Number BP.294.

drawing | Potter, Beatrix | V&A Search the Collections

Watercolour over pencil landscape study, perhaps showing Sawrey (recto), and pencil sketch of a house (verso), by Beatrix Potter, late 19th century - early 20th century; Linder Bequest cat. no. 590.. Museum Number BP.1049.

The Horn Book

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Beatrix Potter and The Tale of Hill Top Farm

When I saw this book in a bookstore, I immediately wanted to have it. The thing is that its main character is a charming artist Beatrix Pott...

Squirrel in a wood | Potter, Beatrix | V&A Search the Collections

Watercolour and sepia ink drawing of a squirrel in a wood near Derwentwater by Beatrix Potter; drawn for The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin (1903); Linder Bequest catalogue no. LB.918.. Museum Number BP.475.

drawings | Potter, Beatrix | V&A Search the Collections

Drawings of a posy of wild flowers (recto), an unfinished purple vetch (verso), watercolour over pencil, by Beatrix Potter, ca 1885, Linder Collection object no. LC.4.B.1, cat. no. 2.10. Museum Number LOAN:LINDER TRUST.29-1994.

Beatrix Potter

Un articolo di Lilia IL MONDO DI BEATRIX POTTER PRIMA PARTE C’erano una volta quattro coniglietti. Si ch...

11 Reasons Beatrix Potter Was The Most Charming Pen Pal Ever

The author of The Tale of Peter Rabbit wrote charming illustrated letters. In honor of her 147th birthday, here are some selections from her correspondence with Noel Moore between 1892 and 1900, courtesy of the Morgan Library & Museum.