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Hundred acre wood map artwork (1920s) | EH Shepard

Hundred acre wood map artwork (1920s) | EH Shepard

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Embark on an Adventure in the Imaginative World of Winnie the Pooh

Product Overview: Journey into the heart of the Hundred Acre Wood with this delightful map, illustrated by E.H. Shepard in the 1920s. This vintage print captures the whimsical charm of the beloved Winnie the Pooh stories, making it a perfect addition to any space that cherishes childhood wonder and storytelling. Available in our prints shop, this Winnie the Pooh wall art is offered as a framed or unframed print, ideal for adding a touch of nostalgia and enchantment to your home.


  • Authentic reproduction of E.H. Shepard's "Hundred Acre Wood Map."
  • Elegantly framed if required, enhancing the vintage feel and intricate details of the artwork.
  • Printed on high-quality paper to preserve the charm and color of the original illustration.
  • Available in various sizes, suitable for nurseries, playrooms, or as a unique addition to any wall art collection.

Artist Biography: Ernest Howard Shepard, born in 1879 in London, was a prominent illustrator known for his iconic illustrations of Winnie the Pooh. Shepard's work brought the characters of A.A. Milne's stories to life, capturing the hearts of readers with his delicate line work and charming portrayal of the Hundred Acre Wood and its inhabitants. His illustrations have become synonymous with the Winnie the Pooh series, cherished by generations for their warmth and timeless appeal.

Did You Know? (About Winnie the Pooh)

  • Winnie the Pooh was first published in 1926 and quickly became a staple of children's literature, loved for its simple yet profound storytelling.
  • The character of Winnie the Pooh was based on a real teddy bear owned by A.A. Milne's son, Christopher Robin, who also appears in the stories.
  • The real Hundred Acre Wood was inspired by Ashdown Forest in England, where Milne and his family would often go for walks.

Why Choose the "Hundred Acre Wood Map" for Your Collection? The "Hundred Acre Wood Map" by E.H. Shepard is more than just a Winnie the Pooh print; it's a piece of literary history that captures the magic and innocence of childhood. Ideal for both young and old fans of the stories, as well as collectors of vintage prints, this framed artwork brings the joy and nostalgia of Winnie the Pooh into your home.

Explore our prints shop for this and other unusual wall art prints, and let the whimsical world of "Hundred Acre Wood Map" add a touch of storytelling charm to your space.

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