Miranda Loves: Amanda White’s Literary Houses

1859008{After the Waves, Amanda White, £45. ‘Virginia Woolf’s ‘writing lodge’ at her Sussex home, Monk’s House. July 1931. After reading the manuscript, Leonard comes out to tell his wife that ‘The Waves’ is a masterpiece.’}

On my visit to Charleston and Monk’s House over the weekend, I rediscovered the beautiful artwork of Amanda White, whose prints of Monk’s House are available in their shop. I couldn’t resist snapping her latest one up! On researching more about Amanda, I was thrilled to discover her series on literary houses, which I find utterly delightful. In her signature naive style, Amanda has created prints of the beautiful houses lived in by many of Britain’s most notable authors and poets. Here are some of my favourites:

1859006{Vita and Harold in their Sissinghurst Garden, £45}

1847267{Night and Day, Monk’s House, Rodmell, £45.}

1847270{Hampstead Landscape, Letter From Naples (Keats House), £45}

1847265{Jane and Cassandra Austen Tending their Steventon Garden, £45}

1859016{Plein Air in Charleston Farmhouse Garden, £45}

 In July, Amanda is realising The Writers’ House Series calendar, which looks fabulous and would be the perfect present for many of my literary friends (I may just have to get myself one too!).

Have you been to many of the houses Amanda illustrates? Which is your favourite of her prints?

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