A fine art print from an antique botanical hand-colored engraving of a yucca plant with light green, pale lavender, and burgundy.
This botanicalprint rises to a new level in our handcrafted frame of mahogany or all-gold gilded wood!
Fine art watercolor paper is acid-free and 100% rag cotton and created with the highest archival standards. The archival pigment inks produce a visual brilliance that will last for generations. Paper print is hand trimmed at the edge with 18k gold ink.
Frame Size (Approximate):
Small: 15" W x 17" H
Medium: 26" W x 36" H
Large: 40" W x 60" H
Option 1: Gilded 23kt gold frame. Option 2: Contemporary 3/4" flat profile Mahogany with stain and splined corners.
Note: Images are representative of the product. Actual print and frame colors may vary.
Artist: Mary Morris Vaux Walcott (1860-1940) was born into one of Philadelphia's oldest, wealthiest, and most prominent Quaker families. She began painting flowers at eight and studied drawing while attending the Friends Select School, a Quaker institution in Philadelphia. Her family traveled to the Canadian Rockies each summer, where Mary developed into an amateur photographer, naturalist, and mountain climber.