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With the original words of Wild Apples this glisteningly succulent illustration flourishes and brings a breath of crisp air to Henry David Thoreau’s famous work. In this scholarly art piece, we see three apples in their native, wild environment. They hang heavy upon a knotted branch with enticing vigor, each exhibiting a different and unique aspect of the fruit. This illustration shows one fruity globule cut open to reveal the delectable interior, another hangs beside it still tempting the viewer with its graceful piquant, and yet a third lies gently upon the soft grass – its ruby exterior glinting with a divine glow. In this poster, the fruit fit for gods sprouts up before its viewers with a savory and exquisite aplomb.
Wild Apples is considered by literature lovers everywhere as Thoreau’s love letter to nature. With a nectarous ability, this art print transports the viewer to the great outdoors where only a gentle hand is needed to pluck apples straight from a laden branch.
|TEXT COVERED:||Entire story|
|SIZE:||20x24" - 50.8x61cm (Portrait)|
|AUTHOR:||Henry David Thoreau|