Jane Austen -Jane and Cassandra Austen Tending their Steventon Garden by Amanda White
Steventon Rectory was the home of Jane Austen for the first 25 years of her life. It was demolished long ago by Jane's brother who built a new modern rectory elsewhere. Now nothing remains of the original building except a few engravings - and a water pump in what is now an empty field.
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Jane and Cassandra Austen Tending Their Steventon Garden (cut paper collage) An imaginary portrait of the novelist's home, now long demolished. Steventon Rectory was where Jane Austen and her family lived for the first 25 years of her life. Perfect card for Janites, gardeners and lovers of naive art. As featured in The Guardian, Stylist, Homes & Antiques and Chinese magazine Little Thing.
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