Miss Bunny was the very first of the Victorian Animal Family oil paintings to be completed.
Self-portrait of Miss Bunny as a young lady.
"Miss Bunny was the grand matron of the family. Her chief pastime as a young lady was to paint the flowers and shrubs that grew around her childhood family estate."
She is painted with Winsor and Newton oil paints, and varnished with Gamblin Gamvar gloss varnish.
Miss Bunny's canvas is ready to hang with picture wire and D-rings installed on the stretchers.
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