Tulipomania Art Print
£26.00 – £44.00
- Giclee print of red and pink tulip blooms on a black background.
- 2 cm white border for easy framing.
- Inspired by our Tulipomania wallpaper.
- Compliments our Dante Art Print for a bold eclectic statement.
- 300 gsm paper.
- Subtle embossed signature seal.
- Print only.
- No frame.
A4 (210 mm X 297 mm)
A3 (420 mm x 594 mm)
4-5 Working Days
Our prints are packaged with the utmost care. To ensure your print arrives flat and in perfect condition, we wrap in acid free tissue paper with recycled cardboard stiffeners, waterproof cello and a hardboard envelope.
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Each print is inspired by the unique hand drawn motifs from Claire Elsworth’s wallpaper designs. Drawing inspiration from intriguing concept stories about an imaginary Duchess called Violacea Macrobothrys and the romance and opulence of her beautiful old house:
Concept Story for Tulipomania:
‘The Entomologist became a frequent visitor to the house that year with gifts of exquisite blooms: Dante, Parrot, Carnival and Bizarres until his next expedition lured him away with the promise of insect adventures in a far away land. So began a long correspondence of great affection between the Duchess and her Entomologist.’
The Tulipomania and Dante art prints make a bold eclectic statement with tulip blooms and foliage inspired by Claire’s close observational drawings of various tulip varieties. Deep jewel colours reflect the tulip’s historical wealth that made and broke fortunes during the Tulipomania of the seventeenth century in Holland.