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What the Little Girl Saw in the Bush, 1904



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What the Little Girl Saw in the Bush, 1904

BAL56270 What the Little Girl Saw in the Bush, 1904 by McCubbin, Frederick (1855-1917); Private Collection; Australian, out of copyright

Media ID 12919083

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A4 (29.7 x 21cm) Poster Print

Introducing the captivating "What the Little Girl Saw in the Bush, 1904" poster print from the Media Storehouse collection, brought to you in collaboration with Bridgeman Images from Fine Art Finder. This exquisite artwork, painted by renowned Australian artist Frederick McCubbin in 1904, captures the enchanting and innocent spirit of childhood as it interacts with the raw beauty of nature. With its rich colors and intricate details, this poster print is an exquisite addition to any home or office space. Out of copyright and sourced from a private collection, this timeless masterpiece is now accessible to art enthusiasts and collectors alike. Order your "What the Little Girl Saw in the Bush, 1904" poster print today and bring a touch of history and beauty into your world.

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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 20.3cm x 30.3cm (8" x 11.9")

Estimated Product Size is 21.6cm x 30.3cm (8.5" x 11.9")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


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In this photograph, titled "What the Little Girl Saw in the Bush, 1904". Frederick McCubbin transports us to a world of wonder and imagination. The image showcases a young girl standing at the edge of a dense forest, her eyes wide with curiosity as she gazes into the unknown. The enchanting woodland setting exudes an air of mystery and magic. Sunlight filters through the canopy above, casting ethereal rays onto the moss-covered ground. The trees stand tall and proud, their branches intertwining like guardians of an ancient secret. As we peer into this glade alongside the little girl, we can't help but wonder what lies beyond those thick bushes. What fantastical creatures or hidden treasures might be concealed within? It is as if nature itself holds its breath in anticipation of revealing its secrets to those who dare to explore. McCubbin's masterful composition captures both innocence and intrigue in equal measure. Through his lens, he invites us to reconnect with our own sense of childlike wonderment - that innate ability to see beauty and possibility where others may only see ordinary brushstrokes. "What the Little Girl Saw in the Bush" serves as a timeless reminder that there is always more than meets the eye; that even within seemingly mundane surroundings, magic can exist for those willing to believe.

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