Lost For Words In Sydney Gardens


Lacking a pianoforte to play at her family’s new lodgings and in search of a diversion, Jane Austen would sometimes walk to Sydney Pleasure Gardens situated at the top of Great Pulteney Street in Bath.
On one such occasion, seeking tranquillity and breakfast rather than dalliance and flirtation, she was further unsettled by the blaring of a small, noisy orchestra.
“Lost For Words In Sydney Gardens” illustrates the wind taking her thoughts and imagination into the air like leaves.



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.