When I visited the beautiful gardens at Great Dixter some years ago, I bought a teatowel with the print above left in the unavoidable shop.
If the image had been a drawing, I would already have been jealous of the person who had had the patience to make it, but it turned out to be a wood engraving by the Kent-based artist Sue Scullard.
After graduating in lithography and drypoint etching, I rapidly sought out the quickest way to produce prints! I am always impatient to see the end result.
Although I can be blissfully in the zone when at work, this wood engraving would drive me crazy!
(PS: I suspect the print at the right is for sale as a teatowel at Sissinghurst)