ln this book from 1937, the acclaimed writer and engraver Clare Leighton takes on a series of country subjects, including Tramps, Plucking Primroses, The Pub and The Flower Show. With senses well attuned to her part of England in the Chiltern Hills, Leighton gently exposes the rural world she knew. Enhanced by her engravings her affectionate portraits of the people and their world are testament to a living culture.
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Clare Leighton (1898-1989) was an artist, illustrator and writer. She wrote many hooks on the subject of rural life, especially in Buckinghamshire. She also created stained glass for churches in New England and for Worcester Cathedral. In the late 1940s Leighton became a naturalised citizen of the US.
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