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2022 Wall Calendar
Slightly Foxed Wall Calendar 2022
  • Dimensions: 280 x 180mm
  • Illustrations: Full Colour
  • Publication date: 20 October 2021
  • Producer: Smith Settle
  • Format: Spiral-bound board-backed wall calendar
Made in Britain

2022 Wall Calendar

Celebratory 70th issue calendar

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This year Slightly Foxed celebrated the 70th issue of The Real Reader’s Quarterly and we’ve decided to mark the occasion with a 2022 calendar featuring some more of the seasonal Slightly Foxed covers that readers enjoy so much.

It’s a handsome, spiral-bound decorative wall calendar printed on sturdy paper with a board backing, and we feel it will raise the spirits and look good in any room. It would make a charming present for anyone who loves Slightly Foxed, or indeed for anyone who hasn’t yet come across it.

Artists

January: Issue 63, Louise O’Hara, ‘Wandering by the Light of the Moon’

February: Issue 67, Tor Falcon, ‘Fox’s Earth in Calveley Hall Wood’

March: Issue 69, Niki Bowers, ‘‘Spring Green’ Tulips’

April: Issue 65, Kelly Louise Judd, ‘Spring Foxes’

May: Issue 61, Faith Chevannes, ‘Fox and Sheep, Tamar Valley’

June: Issue 70, Nicholas Hely Hutchinson, ‘From Mupe Bay to St Aldhelm’s Head’ (detail)

July: Issue 62, Chloe Cheese, ‘Riverbank Picnic’

August: Issue 66, Paul Cleden, ‘Boats and Coots’

September: Issue 45, Andrew Gifford, ‘Arundel Cathedral, early evening light’

October: Issue 71, Jackie Morris, ‘Spring into Autumn’

November: Issue 64, Seren Bell, ‘Winter Cockerel’

December: Issue 68, Coralie Bickford-Smith, ‘Winter’s Dance’



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