Jane Austen

created by

Rose Henges


created by

Rose Henges

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At once inspiring wanderlust, new beginnings, and strength, this painting by Rose Henges features a sprawling quote: "If adventures do not befall a lady in her own village, she must seek them abroad." Rose's original watercolor painting is reprinted in gorgeous detail, preserving the vivid colors and empowering message. Designed in Missouri. Printed and framed in Portland, Oregon.

Rose Henges is a watercolor artist based in Kansas City, MO where she stays at home with her little one and sells her creations online. She is most inspired by nature and the beauty that surrounds us on planet earth. Her creative process involves spending time outdoors and going on contemplative nature walks for inspiration. All of her paintings are done in one sitting, as she finds that breaking up the creative process hinders her work. Her hope for owners of her artwork is that they would draw inspiration, peace and even hope from the positive and inspirational messages that they portray.

Made in the USA
Made from
plexi-glass, BonanzaWood®, cardstock
10.5" W x 13" H
Ready to hang with wire hanger, incl. care instructions and artist card.
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Absolutely beautiful!


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I am so pleased with this print, it is beautifully done with high quality framing.

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