Votes For Women Art Print Bundle
Featuring my original hand-drawn portraits of prominent suffragettes, suffragists and civil rights activists. You can mix and match or choose all of the same print if you're planning on giving them as gifts!
Simply select the print size and quantity from the drop down menu and then enter the name of the prints that you would like in the 'Add a note' section at the checkout.
If you would like more than one of the same print then just write the number next to the name. eg (3 x Sylvia Pankhurst) or (2 x Ida B Wells, 1 x Votes For Women). Please see the images in the listing and check the correct design names before completing your order.
The different portrait options are:
- Sylvia Pankhurst
- Votes For Women
- Sarah Parker Remond
- Sophia Duleep Singh
- Christabel Pankhurst
- Ida B Wells
- Sarojini Naidu
- Mary Wollstonecraft
Please select which bundle you would like from the drop down menu. The following options are available:
A6 / 148 x 105mm
x2 A6 prints
x3 A6 prints
x4 A6 prints
A5 / 210 x 148mm
x2 A5 prints
x3 A5 prints
x4 A5 prints
A4 / 297 x 210mm
x2 A4 prints
x3 A4 prints
x4 A4 prints
All prints are open editions, signed and dated in pencil.
Ready to be mounted and framed, each print is accompanied by a short bio and posted with a protective cardboard backing in a plastic sleeve, and in a hard-board backed envelope or postal box.
© Amy Hood Illustration
Head to the Up The Women collection for more feminist gift ideas!
Sylvia Pankhurst (1882-1960) English artist, campaigner for the suffragette movement, prominent left communist and anti-fascist activist.
Sarah Parker Remond (1826-1894) African American slavery abolitionist, lecturer and physician.
Princess Sophia Duleep Singh (1876-1948) Prominent suffragette, daughter of the exiled Maharaja Duleep Singh (last Maharaja of the Sikh Empire) and goddaughter to Queen Victoria.
Dame Christabel Pankhurst (1880 – 1958) British suffragette and co-founder of the Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU).
Ida B Wells (1862-1931) American investigative journalist, educator, and an early leader in the civil rights movement.
Sarojini Naidu (1879-1949) Indian political activist, first woman Governor of India, and poet.
Mary Wollstonecraft (1759 –1797) English writer, philosopher, and advocate of women’s rights.