Amanda White Print: Haworth Visitations

From an original cut paper collage

£12.50

Haworth Parsonage, on the windswept Yorkshire moors, was home to the extraordinary Brontë sisters, Charlotte, Emily and Anne. It has been a place of literary pilgrimage since it opened as a museum in 1928. Among those pilgrims beating a path to the Parsonage's door have been other writers come to pay their respects to the Brontës, including - though separated by 52 years - Virginia Woolf in the winter of 1904, and Sylvia Plath in the autumn of 1956. Here we see them altogether in time-slip mode with
the house as it was at the time of the Brontës, before later architectural additions.

30 x 21cm approx.

£12.50

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Haworth Parsonage, on the windswept Yorkshire moors, was home to the extraordinary Brontë sisters, Charlotte, Emily and Anne. It has been a place of literary pilgrimage since it opened as a museum in 1928. Among those pilgrims beating a path to the Parsonage's door have been other writers come to pay their respects to the Brontës, including - though separated by 52 years - Virginia Woolf in the winter of 1904, and Sylvia Plath in the autumn of 1956. Here we see them altogether in time-slip mode with
the house as it was at the time of the Brontës, before later architectural additions.

30 x 21cm approx.