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The original watercolor that this print is from was originally produced in the 1800s. While more than a century has passed since the original artist first rendered the Eulophia Pratensis at the request of a prominent surgeon, not a bit of the brilliance of this work has been lost. That’s because Century Prints goes to the utmost lengths to make every piece an exact duplicate of the paintings that they are based on. Other printers may mass-produced thousands of pieces, but only Century Prints pays as much attention to every detail to print the most faithful reproductions available.
Specifications and Features of our Art Prints
• Faithful reproduction of a 19th Century water color of a Eulophia Pratensis from the collection of the Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh
• Beautiful art prints on fine archival-quality art paper
• Exclusively available, and individually printed by Century Prints,
• Print is delivered in a protective poster tube to prevent any damage.
If you love the beauty of a garden and want to enjoy that natural beauty all year long, this A4 Botanical print of a Eulophia Pratensis from the botanical collection of the Royal Botanical Gardens Edinburgh will be a source of joy for you for years to come. Fine art was never so easy to own and display in your home. Real art lovers are sure to be pleased with this fine print.
There is nothing more stunning than a floral painting that you could own & use to decorate your individual space or enrich the beauty & elegance of a lounge or living space. Floral paintings possess and reflect such a quality in creation, style and uniqueness that virtually nothing else can ever compare to them. They belong to that uncommon category that gain value with time, & even the slightest weariness, such as the worn & aged paper, adds to their artistic & aesthetic worth. (Check out Dhuni, for incredible Indian Incense!)
An unbeatable Selection
Online Art Prints commonly reflect the preoccupations of society during the time in which they were produced. E.g. ‘tulip mania’ swept by means of Holland in the 17th century, making prize tulip bulbs, & prints illustrating the bulbs, sought-after commodities. Fanciful UK gardens cultivated in the 18th century were expertly rendered by a well-liked Dutch flower artist, Jan Van Huysum.
Beginning in the early 17th century, European artists and scientists undertook immense work to accumulate, capture and catalogue nature & its awesome variety. Hortus Eysttensis was the 1st major collection of botanical illustrations; it was published in 1613 by Basilius Besler. At least 10 engravers worked below Besler’s supervision to complete the 16-year project, which documented the exquisite gardens of the Prince Bishop of Eichstätt, in Germany.
Different painting art styles appeal to almost all tastes; purchasing paintings for your home can bring each a classic and warm look to your space and make you feel rejuvenated & content. On the other hand there are many modern floral art pieces that could add a lot of funny & cute style in your house.
It’s the uniqueness of these paintings that lead plenty of researchers to the conclusion that paintings with flowers possess some therapeutic value, and a positive visual symbolism, which is part of healing art. The subjects depicted in these paintings, such as trees, flowers & landscapes generate a refreshing & rejuvenating notion, adding healing value to art.
Photography was an immensely new technology for them & lots of occasions their cameras were unreliable. Instead, artists would paint or sketch their findings, & even went so far as to study them under microscopes. This was so they could fully realize every part of the plant, & its markings.
Flowers can look quite extraordinary even on walls; in case you have visited any museum of classic & modern art lately, just bear in mind how nice these paintings look. They also symbolize the romantic notion that the beauty of this world is perishable & transitory, yet nonetheless present & exclusive when we need it. Indeed, the contrasting colors of certain paintings with flowers, such as the ones made by Manet, create a extraordinary result, captivating the viewer & art enthusiast.