Just Call Me Darcy
Finding the penguin standing quite alone at the Bath Assembly Rooms Ball and obviously longing to dance, Miss Austen, herself new to Bath society, asked whether he would care to take to the floor.
It was noted, by every gossip in the room, her handsome if diminutive partner, followed her every move with grace, feet and wings outstretched.
“Just Call Me Darcy” illustrates the joy of dancing and records the moment Jane Austen first learns the penguin’s name.
FINE ART GICLEE PRINTS
Size: 218 x 248mm (actual printed image area) with a border of approx 40mm on all sides.
The images are taken from original water colour illustrations.
They are are re-produced in the UK by an award winning Fine Art Giclee printer using archival pigmented inks
that should last without fading from between seventy five and a hundred years at least.