A fine art print from an antique botanical hand-colored engraving.
Image of a yucca plant with light green and pale lavender and burgundy.
Created with the highest archival standards, our prints are available on paper or canvas. The fine art watercolor paper is acid-free and 100% rag cotton and the fine art canvas is acid-free, poly-cotton with the highest white levels available on an OBA-Free canvas. Canvas is shipped rolled.
The archival pigment inks produce a visual brilliance that will last for generations to come. Paper print is hand trimmed at edge with 18k gold ink.
Approximate Print / Canvas Sizes (without frame):
Small: 30" H x 20.75" W
Medium: 40" H x 27.625" W
Large: 60" H x 41.5" W
Note: Prints available in a handcrafted, 12-24k gold gilded frame, with museum quality mat and high quality plexiglass. Images are representative of product. Actual print and frame colors may vary.A note about the artist:
Mary Morris Vaux Walcott (1860-1940) was born into one of the oldest, wealthiest, and most prominent Quaker families in Philadelphia. She began painting flowers at the age of eight and studied drawing while she attended the Friends Select School, a Quaker institution in Philadelphia. Her family traveled each summer to the Canadian Rockies, where Mary developed into an amateur photographer, naturalist, and mountain climber.