Douglas Funkhouser’s collection of hand painted Botanical Illustrations are inspired by the etchings of naturalists from the 17th century. With an organic composition and precise attention to detail, these watercolors find harmony and respect for nature within each painting. Limited edition giclée prints of this original Artwork are now available framed and ready to ship.
Holding its flower in the Lover’s grip, Nigella Damascena, the stark blue “Love-In-A-Mist” blossom, is named after the Syrian city of Damascus. Found across Northern Africa, Europe, and Asia it is a symbol for unrequited love. Though often associated with rejection, some cultures interpret the flower to represent great sacrifice such as the life of Saint Catherine the martyr of Alexandria.
DETAILS Glicée printsLow glare plexiglassMounting hardware includedDimensions: 16" x 22"
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