Tudor Family

  • Marjorie Tudor: I See the Moon Print

    The blue sky radiates with the warmth of a winter moon. Signed and matted (cream) 5x7 print.

  • Marjorie Tudor: Iris and Rose Print

    Iris and Rose share flowers under a beautifully illustrated arch. Signed and matted (cream) 5x7 print.

  • Marjorie Tudor: Me and My Friend Print

    A happy image of a girl and her corgi, with bright balloons against the sky. Signed and matted (medium blue) 5x7 print.

  • Marjorie Tudor: Mouse on Back Print

    A sweet mouse lounges on his back for a snooze under a daisy. Signed and matted (cream) 5x7 print.

  • Marjorie Tudor: My Jenny Print

    Jenny shares secrets with a gosling. Signed and matted (medium blue) 5x7 print.

  • Marjorie Tudor: Our Friendly Wizard Print

    This beautifully painted wizard is a real doll that Majorie Tudor made for her son, Benjamin. The Friendly Wizard reads bedtime stories to those afraid of the dark. Signed and matted (dark green) 5x7 print.


  • Marjorie Tudor: Outdoor Tea Party Print

    Young friends enjoy an outdoor tea party as the animals look on for crumbs. Signed and matted (cream) 5x7 print.

  • Marjorie Tudor: Sara's Kittens Print

    Sara entertains her two kittens with a ball of yarn. Signed and matted (medium blue) 5x7 print.

  • Marjorie Tudor: Winter Goose Print

    A beautiful winter goose with ribbon border in rich colors. Signed and matted (deep red) 5x7 print.

  • Marjorie's Spring Garden

    Natalie Wise
    May 14, 2012
    Oh what glorious sunshine! What beautiful blue skies!
  • Motherhood

    Amy Tudor
    May 31, 2010

    Thank you, dear readers, for offering so much enthusiasm for our new little baby.   We are happy to share a few recent photos and baby updates. 

  • Ode to Chickahominy

    Winslow Tudor
    March 10, 2010

    Some chickens are real individuals. The most notable chicken Tasha ever knew was Chickahominy. His mother was a bearded Belgium bantam that started her clutch of eggs early in spring, and failed to hatch any save one, at which point she abandoned the effort. Rescued by Tasha from the cold, and thawed atop the double boiler on the woodstove, Chickahominy soon demonstrated his penchant for woodstoves, tea, gardening, scrambled eggs, traveling and people, especially Tasha.

  • Outdoor Tea Party by Marjorie Tudor Enclosure Cards

    Marjorie Tudor's wonderful and popular "Outdoor Tea Party" can now grace your packages with this enclosure card. Perfect for any time of year. Set of 5 cards/envelopes sized 2 3/4" x 1 1/2" Printed in USA. 

  • Preparing for Easter

    Winslow Tudor
    March 31, 2013
    Each Easter Tasha made hot cross buns. She baked them in the large cast iron cook stove, frosted the cross on them, and visitors ate them hot for tea.
  • Roosters Crow and Hens Don't: A Book About Chickens

    Chicken Whisperer, Ellie Tudor, published her first book in 2015 at the age of five. After receiving many questions during her "Chicken Talk" presentations during the special Corgi Cottage Tours: Tasha's Home and Gardens, she felt she ought to compile her knowledge into a book so that more people would understand chickens as she does. Like her great-grandmother, Tasha Tudor, she used the cozy winter months to write and illustrate her first book.

    Be forewarned, roosters mate on hens frequently. This common behavior has been noted by Ellie and is included in this book.

    Published by Rooster Crow Press. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" 19 pages long. Black and white interior illustrations.

    This offering of first editions is distinctive due to the typo on the cover.

  • Seed Collecting

    Natalie Wise
    August 15, 2012

    On a partly-sunny day, when the skies are heavy with impending rain, but the sun refuses to be entirely hidden, the greens around Tasha's house are stunning. The leaves offer a hundred shades of green when the sunlight teases us and catches the dew.

  • Seed Harvest

    Winslow Tudor
    March 2, 2012

    Though the snow is on the ground spring is near. The trees are budding against the full moon, and the days are longer. Yet spring in the hills of New England is relative. It is near, only in that it may be seen from afar, rather than not at all.

  • Taproot Magazine: Weave Issue

    March 9, 2017

    With great delight, we introduce you to Taproot Magazine, a quarterly publication "celebrating food, farm, family and craft through writing, photography and the arts, both fine and domestic." Our very own Amy Tudor(Tasha's granddaughter-in-law) had the pleasure of writing a piece about the Tudor Family's way of life titled "At Home with Tasha Tudor" for their twenty-first issue Weave.  

  • Tasha as a Young Mother

    May 10, 2017

    In the late 1940’s, about the time when many American homes were being outfitted with the newest modern conveniences, Tasha Tudor moved to a run-down (one could say, dilapidated) 1789 New Hampshire farmhouse with no electricity, no running water, and no heat besides a few wood stoves. She was also a mother of two small children. While to some, this combination of circumstances might sound harrowing, for Tasha it was a dream realized.

  • Tasha Tudor Day 2013

    Natalie Wise
    September 4, 2013

    Happy Birthday, Tasha Tudor! 

    Last week was Tasha Tudor's 98th birthday, and we celebrated with a lovely cake and tea party on Tasha's porch.  Winslow came in from pruning the garden, Amy arrived toting baby Katie, Ellie skipped in wearing her new favorite "fairy dress," and Natalie came bearing berries and a cake. Henry the dog settled in a most lucrative spot for potential falling cake crumbs.