Snapshot: White

“Snow-white is very vague. There is nearly always so much blue about the colour of snow, from its crystalline surface and partial transparency, and the texture is so unlike that of any kind of flower, that the comparison is scarcely permissable. I take it that the use of ‘snow-white’ is, like that of ‘golden-yellow’, more … More Snapshot: White

Winterbourne Diary: Peter Rabbit and the Accidental Mycologist

Helen Beatrix Potter is best known for her brilliantly illustrated tales which still delight children as much today as they did when they first appeared one hundred years ago at the beginning of the 20th century. Potter began drawing as a child and spent her formative years visiting galleries in London for inspiration. Potter later developed her own … More Winterbourne Diary: Peter Rabbit and the Accidental Mycologist