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Marigold Garden 1900 On the wall-top 2 Canvas Art - Kate Greenaway (18 x 24)

Marigold Garden 1900 On the wall-top 2 Canvas Art - Kate Greenaway (18 x 24)

The Gaudy Flower - Little Ann and Other Poems by Jane and Ann Taylor, 1883

Little Ann & other Poems 1890 The gaudy flower Canvas Art - Kate Greenaway x

Old Design Shop ~ free digital image: Kate Greenaway illustration - Miss Molly and the Little Fishes

Old Design Shop ~ free digital image: Kate Greenaway illustration - Miss Molly and the Little Fishes

Kate Greenaway - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia

Kate Greenaway styles Kate Greenaway an illustrator for children's books depicted little girls in styles from the empire period which influenced the dress of younger children. Part of the Aesthetic Movement.

Marigold Garden by Kate Greenaway

First come the attendants: from Kate Greenaway's Marigold Garden.

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kate greenaway, under the window girls walking illustration, vintage image badminton, vintage storybook image, victorian children

Little Ann & other Poems 1890 The childs monitor Canvas Art - Kate Greenaway (18 x 24)

Little Ann & other Poems 1890 The childs monitor Canvas Art - Kate Greenaway (18 x 24)

April by Kate Greenaway, illustration from Kate Greenaway's Almanac for 1895, (1846-1901)

April by Kate Greenaway, illustration from Kate Greenaway's Almanac for

In the Victorian era, children, unless they were rich, didn't have many toys to play with. A lot of them worked, but they still had time to play outdoors (their houses very too small and their families too big to allow them to play inside). They played simple games with whatever they could find and these games were usually accompanied by songs and rhymes.

Spinning tops were favorite toys. This picture, from a children's book, shows how to play tops. Children used small whips to keep their tops spinning.

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