landscape alphabet at the British museum by Charles Joeseph HullmandelYes! - I'd frame that.  I find the 'G' particularly nice and it reminds me of Colorado history and some of my favorite Laura Ingalls Wilder stories.  I'm also partial to the H - (I love a good bridge) and the W (maybe my parents would like that -- it is the first letter of my maiden name).  Plus it seems so pleasingly garden-y.

landscape alphabet at the British museum by Charles Joeseph Hullmandel

The full set can be seen at the British Museums website.  This illustrated alphabet was create between 1818 and 1860 by Charles Joseph Hullmandel  and includes a full set of 26 contoured landscapes.

landscape alphabet at the British museum by Charles Joeseph Hullmandel

These are my favorites -- which do you love? (Click through to the British Museum website to see the fantastic details).

The Landscape Alphabet by Charles Joseph Hullmandel  at the British Museum The Landscape Alphabet by Charles Joseph Hullmandel  at the British Museum

-Rochelle

 

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