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Twig Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 41 pictures in our Twig collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Flindersia australis, Crows Ash Featured Print

Flindersia australis, Crows Ash

Flindersia australis, Crow's Ash - Watercolour by Ferdinand Bauer, signed, 1806-10. Botany Library, Ferdinand Bauer Plant Drawings. Mabberley & Moore No. 23

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

Anatomy, Art, Artwork, Ash, Australis, Bauer, Biological, Botanical, Botany, Branch, Ferdinand, Flindersia, Illustration, Leaf, Library, Twig, Watercolour

Desmaretian Manakin perched on a twig Featured Print

Desmaretian Manakin perched on a twig

Desmaretian manakin perched on a twig Source: The zoological miscellany: being descriptions of new or interesting animals by Leach, William Elford, 1790-1836. Published by Nodder, Richard P., illustrator, engraver. E. Nodder Date: circa 1815

© Kings College London / Mary Evans

Birds, Desmaretian, Historical, History, Manakin, Ornithological, Ornithology, Perch, Perched, Pictorial, Twig, Zoological, Zoology

Easter Customs - Czech Republic Featured Print

Easter Customs - Czech Republic

In the Czech Republic there are many customs tied up with the Easter weekend. One such custom is illustrated on this postcard. On Easter Sunday, while the girls paint their Easter eggs, the boys get ready for an Easter prank, making whips from braided twigs. On the Monday after Easter, the boys and men travel through the village where the boys use the whips on girls, stopping at every house to recite Easter poems while whipping the legs of every girl or woman in the house. Afterward the girl ties a ribbon around the boys whip (as illustrated here) and gives him an egg. The boy with the most ribbons wins. This card sees two mischievous Czech boys awaiting a likely target approaching... Date: 1908

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection