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The Spirit of Byron postcard
  • The Spirit of Byron postcard

    Relive The Spirit of Byron and send your loved ones profound Romantic poetry (or just say hello) with this official range of exhibition postcards. Each A5 card features a high quality print of an exhibited artwork on the front, with the exhibition logo, artwork details and ample writing space on reverse. Printed on beautiful 300gsm card stock.


    The Maid of Athens, 1847

    William Holl (engraver); Charles Landseer (artist)

    London: Lloyd Brothers, 22 Ludgate Hill. Fine steel engraving. 41 x 31 cm.

    Byron wrote The Maid of Athens, ere we part in 1810 and dedicated it to a young Greek girl, believed to likely be Theresa Macri. William Holl the Younger (1807–1871) was a British engraver who exhibited at the Royal Academy, and Charles Landseer (1799–1879) was an English painter, mainly of historical and literary subjects. Byron’s literary figures were a popular subject for artists and publications, with the Maid of Athens arguably the most popular of all his heroines.


      Any 3 Postcards for $10

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