ArtPost: Walton On The Naze

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Stay connected to friends and family using #Artpost, the card personalisation and delivery service from Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.

Send a beautiful card and thoughtful message to a loved one without having to leave the safety and comfort of your own home! 

It couldn't be easier to stay in touch! Simply fill out the boxes above, telling us the recipient's name and address, and the message you would like us to put in your card (max 100 words). then just add the card to your basket and make your purchase. 

We then print your message inside your chosen card and send it out by first class post. Normally our cards arrive within 3 days.

Why not add a gift too to make it even more special? Choose from one of the following;

We have a gorgeous lime, mandarin and basil scented candle inspired by the William De Morgan peacock charger on display at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.

There's a beautiful compact peacock mirror is inspired by the Persianware plate, also by the English potter, designer and novelist, William  De Morgan.

Choose an exclusive decorative brooch which is based on an exquisite example of enamelling by Birmingham artist Arthur Gaskin.

Alternatively we have a Birmingham Bag, with stylish iconic building illustrations that can be seen from Birmingham’s skyline including the Town Hall, Selfridges, Bull Ring, the Joseph Chamberlain Memorial Clock Tower, the Library of Birmingham and many more. 

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Walton On the Naze, Ford Maddox Brown, 1859

This card features a 1859 painting of a small town on the Essex coast. The gentleman on the left is the artist Ford Maddox Brown. The lady and the little girl, drying their hair after bathing, are his wife, Emma and their daughter Catherine. The painting is of a leisure theme, promoting tourism to Londoners to travel by the steamer. Visible on the horizon is the smoking factory and the ships in the estuary. A sure contrast to the industrialised Black Country in the West Midlands.