The mid-late 1800's saw the rise of the The Victorian Era. Rich symbolism reigned supreme during this time, and families of the deceased often used these symbols to commemorate their loved ones in death.
This print shows some of the most common symbols used in Victorian burial grounds. If you visit Atlanta's fabled Oakland Cemetery, be sure to look for some of these icons hidden on the ancient headstones.
Illustration by Atlanta-based artist Rachel Eleanor.
PAPER: 100lb (thick card stock)
FINISH: Matte, uncoated eggshell
AS SHOWN: 11x14 & 8x10 frame sold separately