Love Birds Part 2: Watching
Geoffrey Chaucer took lovebirds as his inspiration in his 1382 poem "Parlement of Foules" to honor the union of King Richard II of England and Anne of Bohemia:
"For this was on seynt Volantyns day
Whan euery bryd comyth there to chese his make.
He was the first to link the martyr "St. Valentine" with love, and thus perhaps our modern annual ritual of Valentine's day.
Lovebird behaviors such as snuggling, preening, feeding, and pining for each other bear witness to their deserved name.
This four-part set of magical lovebirds heightens their sense of warmth in the heart of the viewer with their noble grace.
Frame color options: Gold, Champagne, White
Frame size options: 12x12, 18x18, 24x24, 30x30
Unframed sizes: 36x36
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