THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN WHO LIVED IN A SHOE, SHE HAD SO MANY CHILDREN SHE DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO DO! SHE GAVE THEM SOME BROTH WITHOUT ANY BREAD – SHE WHIPPED THEM ALL AROUND – AND PUT THEM TO BED!

THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN
WHO LIVED IN A SHOE,
SHE HAD SO MANY CHILDREN
SHE DIDN'T KNOW WHAT TO DO!
SHE GAVE THEM SOME BROTH
WITHOUT ANY BREAD –
SHE WHIPPED THEM ALL AROUND –
AND PUT THEM TO BED! by BEATRIX POTTER

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Price £55,000.00

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INSCRIBED WITH TITLE
PEN INK AND WATERCOLOUR
THREE IMAGES EACH MEASURING 4 1/4 X 7 INCHES
CIRCA 1917
EXHIBITED: 'THE LONG NINETEENTH CENTURY: TREASURES AND PLEASURES',
MARCH-APRIL 2014, NO 161;
'THE TURN OF WOMEN ARTISTS 1837-2018', 27 MARCH - 14 APRIL 2018, NO 130

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