Original engraving by Pancrace Bessa from "Herbier General
de l'Amateur" printed in Paris, 1822. Hand-colored at the time of publication. Artist name printed lower left. Unframed. Light speckling throughout.
Chromolithograph of a pink variegated tulip. Printed in
London by Blunt, 1950. Displayed in a handmade mat with a gold line. Fits a standard-size frame. Includes archival sleeve, museum board, and information card. Mat opening, 3.75"L x 6"H.
Serigraph on paper of a blossoming parrot tulip
by Lowell Blair Nesbitt. By making the flower larger-than-life, Nesbitt highlights the subtle variations of purple in the petals of the delicate flower. Nesbitt's work is in major museums across America, some ...