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Painting Collection Greeting Card

  • Ezen Designs - Couple of cranes - Greeting Card - Front

    COUPLE OF CRANES

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    Text on the reverse side: The Japanese fabled life span of a thousand years, has given these birds an association of long life. Throughout Asia, th...

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  • Ezen Designs - Indian peafowl - Greeting Card - Front

    INDIAN PEAFOWL

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    Text on the reverse side: The peacock and peahen symbolise guidance and protection, but also represent attributes that are vital to happiness - int...

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  • Ezen Designs - Big ben at night - Greeting Card - Front

    BIG BEN AT NIGHT

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    Text on the reverse side: The first bell for the tower, originally meant to be called Royal Victoria, was first cast in 1856. With a grand ceremony...

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  • Ezen Designs - Anemone - Greeting Card - Front

    Anemone

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    Text on the reverse side: The anemone symbolises protection against illness or bad luck. The flower’s reaction of closing up at night and opening f...

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  • Ezen Designs - Cat on a book - Greeting Card - Front

    CAT ON A BOOK

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    Text on the reverse side: Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (1889-1946), an English figure and landscape painter, etcher and lithographer, who stu...

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  • Ezen Designs - Sunflowers by van gogh - Greeting Card - Front

    SUNFLOWERS BY VAN GOGH

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    Text on the reverse side: Van Gogh painted many versions of the “Sunflowers”. The first he depicted were those used to decorate Gauguin’s room in t...

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  • Ezen Designs - Irises by van gogh - Greeting Card - Front

    IRISES BY VAN GOGH

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    Text on the reverse side: Japanese woodblock prints exercised a lasting influence on Van Gogh. The iris flower in Japanese art is a motif said to p...

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  • Ezen Designs - Birds of paradise - Greeting Card - Front

    BIRDS OF PARADISE

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    Text on the reverse side: Birds of Paradise are found on the island of New Guinea, where the tribal people of New Guinea consider their feathers as...

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  • Ezen Designs - Magnolias and irises - Greeting Card - Front

    MAGNOLIAS AND IRISES

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    Text on the reverse side: Designed by the American artist, Louis Tiffany, this window represents the River of Life. The magnolia flower symbolises ...

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  • Ezen Designs - Starry night by van gogh - Greeting Card - Front

    STARRY NIGHT BY VAN GOGH

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    Text on the reverse side: “Starry Night” is not derived from any real place. It could be divided into three parts: The upper section of the sky, dr...

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  • Ezen Designs - Wine o'clock - Greeting Card - Front

    WINE O'CLOCK

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    Text on the reverse side: The expression is widely accepted to the extent that even the Oxford English Dictionary officially recognised the phrase ...

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  • Ezen Designs - Couple of peacocks - Greeting Card - Front

    COUPLE OF PEACOCKS

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    Text on the reverse side: In Greco-Roman mythology, the peacock tail was said to have the "eyes" of the stars. Peacocks, their graceful beauty, sym...

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  • Ezen Designs - Librarian by arcimboldo - Greeting Card - Front

    LIBRARIAN BY ARCIMBOLDO

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    Text on the reverse side: We are made whole by books, as by great space and the stars. Mary Carolyn Davies, 20thC American Poet. A6 size (148mm x...

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  • Ezen Designs - Sitting cat (1815) - Greeting Card - Front

    SITTING CAT (1815)

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    Text on the reverse side: Illustration by draughtsman Jean Bernard in 1815. There are over 500 million domestic cats in the world, and are one of, ...

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  • Ezen Designs - Elegant magnolia - Greeting Card - Front

    ELEGANT MAGNOLIA

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    Text on the reverse side: Named after the French botanist Pierre Magnolia in the 1600s, the flower symbolises nobility, perseverance, dignity and t...

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  • Ezen Designs - Colouful cacti - Greeting Card - Front

    COLOUFUL CACTI

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    Text on the reverse side: There are over 2,000 species of cacti of various shapes and sizes. Caldera cacti in south-western US can reach over 20 m ...

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  • Ezen Designs - Ballet (1904) - Greeting Card - Front

    BALLET (1904)

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    Text on the reverse side: Painted by Everett Shinn, he attempts to capture what he called “the uptown life.” With the dramatic lighting on the danc...

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  • Ezen Designs - Palm house kew gardens - Greeting Card - Front

    PALM HOUSE KEW GARDENS

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    Text on the reverse side: The centrepiece of the Palm House is a gigantic Jurassic cyad with a four metre wide trunk. Collected in the early 1770s,...

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  • Ezen Designs - Bookworm - Greeting Card - Front

    BOOKWORM

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    Text on the reverse side: Painted by Carl Spitzweg c.1850, the library is decorated in rococo style with a man standing at the top of a ladder. His...

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  • Ezen Designs - Japanese footbridge by monet - Greeting Card - Front

    JAPANESE FOOTBRIDGE BY MONET

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    Text on the reverse side: Monet was a passionate horticulturist and in 1893 he purchased a property near Giverny and built his water lilies garden....

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  • Ezen Designs - Happy easter bunny - Greeting Card - Front

    HAPPY EASTER BUNNY

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    Text on the reverse side: The bunny, on the night before Easter, is said to bring baskets filled with coloured eggs, candy, and sometimes toys to t...

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  • Ezen Designs - Parrot messenger - Greeting Card - Front

    PARROT MESSENGER

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    Text on the reverse side: Parrots are well known for being chatty. With an impressive recognised set of 1,728 words, a cheery blue parakeet, Puck, ...

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  • Ezen Designs - Irises (1890) by van gogh - Greeting Card - Front

    IRISES (1890) BY VAN GOGH

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    Text on the reverse side: Japanese woodblock prints exercised a lasting influence on Van Gogh. The iris flower in Japanese art is a motif said to p...

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  • Ezen Designs - Cats at school - Greeting Card - Front

    CATS AT SCHOOL

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    Text on the reverse side: Did you know that a group of cats is called a clowder, a male cat is called a tom, a female cat is called a molly or quee...

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  • Ezen Designs - Young dachshund - Greeting Card - Front

    YOUNG DACHSHUND

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    Text on the reverse side: Junger Dackel (Young dachshund) by the artist Karl Reichert (1836–1918). He studied at the Academy of Drawing in Gratz, ...

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  • Ezen Designs - White rabbit (1865) - Greeting Card - Front

    WHITE RABBIT (1865)

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    Text on the reverse side: Illustration by John Tenniel (1820-1914) from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Depicted is the White Rabbit saying to it...

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  • Ezen Designs - Divan japonais - Greeting Card - Front

    DIVAN JAPONAIS

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    Text on the reverse side: A lithograph poster c.1893 by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec to promote a café-chantant musical establishment which was at the...

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  • Ezen Designs - At the theatre (c.1876) - Greeting Card - Front

    AT THE THEATRE (C.1876)

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    Text on the reverse side: By Pierre-Auguste Renoir, studies of the painting with X-rays have revealed that Renoir had two more people in front of t...

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  • Ezen Designs - At the opera (1879) - Greeting Card - Front

    AT THE OPERA (1879)

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    Text on the reverse side: Painted by Mary Cassatt, depicted is a woman at the Opera. In the late 19th century, the Opera was trendy activity and a ...

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