Nice Gauguin painted in Tahiti in 1901 near the end of his life. The subject dates back to the time of his friendship with Van Gogh. In 1888 they both lived in Arles in Provence. Gauguin took to growing sunflowers in Tahiti from seeds imported from France. Vintage postcard from the Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, 1969. Some light wear to the corners. Ideal for GCSE projects and collectors Please check photos for more information on condition. Always happy to combine postage.
Beautiful postcard of a drawing by watercolour by Elizabeth Blackadder. Please check photos for more information on condition. Always happy to combine postage but please wait for an invoice when buying two or more items.
The card is titled " Garlic Mustard or Jock-By-The-Hedge (Sisymbrium Alliaria) " - I've always known it as "Jack-by-the-hedge". The card was published by A & C Black in, I suspect, the 1910's. British Wild Flowers Series 85.
No. 8463 . Oilette . (My ref: 143). this image and wording was used for Royal Horticultural Society's Allies War Relief Fund, those cards were sold for the benefit of the fund. With all good wishes for Xmas, and the New Year (est 20,00 printed).