这组唯美的字母风景画是英国艺术家Charles Joseph Hullmandel（1789-1850）的平版印刷（Lithograph）作品。现收藏于大英博物馆。
Letter A: upper part composed of three figures around a fire at the edge of a slope to small pond, forming the lower part of the letter; outline by trees.
Letter B: a vista on level country, outlined by trees and branches and the edge of a rise with two figures as the bottom part of the letter.
Letter C: a castle on cliffs on the left; waves of the sea shaping the lower curve, clouds the upper one.
Letter D: a semi-circular landscape scene with mountains in right distance; a crag with trees shaping the left outline of the letter.
Letter E: a ruinous gate, the right part of its arch broken, a tree on the left stretching to the right and two men standing on the right pointing at the ruin.
Letter F: a tree trunk and two branches stretching to the right at the top and in the middle.
Letter G: a country road winding in a curve to the right with a horse-and-cart at its end, and sided on the left with trees, their branches shaping the upper curve of the letter.
Letter H: two rocks at a lake connected by a bridge crossed by a figure and a cow.
Letter I: a country road with three figures, one on horseback, sided by trees as left outline, and meandering up to a castle as upper end of the letter.
Letter J: bottom curve formed of a lake with two fishermen standing on the left, right outline shaped by a rock with small waterfalls and surmounted with trees stretching to the left.
Letter K: two trees growing on each side of a river, crossing over it; surrounded with reed at the bottom forming the serifs.
Letter L: a seascape with a cliff and flying gulls as left outline, the sea shaping the bottom outline, a sailing boat as serif on the right.
Letter M: composed of willows and a spruce growing at a pond with ducks on the left; the branches growing into opposite directions outlining the two triangles of the letter.
Letter N: composed of a triangular shaped ruin to left and a tree to right, located at a river or lake.
Letter O: a river as bottom part of the oval, sided by a rock on the left and a tree on the right, its branches growing to the left forming the upper outline of the oval.
Letter P: a tree with two branches growing to the right and connected by a man, standing on the lower branch, clinging unto the upper.
Letter Q: bottom composed of a river winding from right to left and a stone bridge spanning over it from left to right shore; outlined at left and right by hills with trees. 字母Q：下方是一条由左向右的河流，一座石桥横跨其上，左右两侧是葱郁的山坡。
Letter R: a ruinous wall with arch and pointed window above it, a shepherd herding sheep and cows through the arch.
Letter S: composed of two sailing boats one on distant left, one in foreground carried to the right by a wave, and of clouds and seagulls above.
Letter T: a tree with a flat treetop spreading to left and right, two stags to the foot of the tree trunk.
Letter U: a valley with rocks on the left and trees on right side and a figure on horseback in between.
Letter V: composed of a wood with a clearing at its centre, stags lying or standing on the lawn.
Letter W: a ruinous mossy pointed arch in landscape, flanked by two trees growing in opposite directions.
Letter X: composed of a small hill, sunlit on the left side and surmounted with trees growing into opposite directions; hares at the foot of the hill.
Letter Y: Two juxtaposed trees, growing at a river and stretching into opposite directions; two cows in front of trees, the right one drinking out of the river.
Letter Z: composed of a pond at bottom, from which some steps lead up to a small hut over which a tree is stretching to the left.
Charles Joseph Hullmandel (15 June 1789 -- 15 November 1850) was born in London, where he maintained a lithographic establishment in Great Marlborough Street from about 1819 until his death.
Hullmandel was one of the most important figures in the development of British lithography in the first half of the 19th century, and his name appears on the imprints of thousands of lithographic prints. He developed a method for reproducing gradations in tones and for creating the effect of soft colour washes, which enabled the printed reproduction of Romantic landscape paintings of the type made popular in England by J. M. W. Turner. Hullmandel's essay The Art of Drawing on Stone (1824) was an important handbook of lithography. In 1843 he went into partnership with Joseph Fowell Walton (1812 -- after 1863), a cousin of the landscape artist and lithographer W. L. Walton, the firm then becoming known as Hullmandel & Walton.
查尔斯·约瑟夫·赫尔曼德尔（1789.6.15 -- 1850.11.15）生于伦敦。自1819年起在伦敦大万宝路街营运一家平版印刷工坊直至离世。
在19世纪前半叶的英国平版印刷发展中，赫尔曼德尔是最重要的人物。他的名字出现在数千平版印刷制品的页面中。他研发了一种印刷方法，可以再现色调过渡并创造出柔和的水彩效果。通过这种方法，可以再现J. M. W.特纳带入英国并流行起来的罗马风景画的绘画风格。赫尔曼德尔的论文《石上绘画艺术》（1824）是平版印刷的重要手册。（注：余下省略不译）