Black Queen Anthurium Botanical Print

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Destination: Krakow, Poland

Bought from an antiquarian bookseller in Krakow’s Old Town, this Victorian era print depicts the exotic anthurium flower. Native to the Americas, the anthurium was first brought back to Europe by the French botanist Eduard André who discovered the flower in 1876 traveling across the Western side of the Andes in Colombia.


As explorers set sail around the world in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries they were joined by adventurous artists who wanted to document the exotic flora they discovered along the way. Clear, realistic drawing were ... Read More

Details and Dimensions

Tan mounting.
With mounting: 12" Height x 8.25" Width.
Picture: 8" Height x 6" Width.

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