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A young woman stands at the gate to an English cottage garden. She holds a child in her arms, and she wears a long dress and a somewhat soiled apron. The gate is set in a thick hedge, but we can see sunflowers, creeper, and perhaps marigolds and other flowers, and behind her we seee her house, with its old-fashioned casement windows open wide, with their tiny leaded panes. The building has a mossy tiled roof and also a tiled finish to the wall.
Haslemere, Surrey, from a water-colour drawing by MRS ALLINGHAM, R.W.S.
By permission of Mrs. Bolton.