The photo Hydrangea captures this charming plant in detail. Light leaves with a touch of pink and yellow-green contrast with the dark background.
This flower inherited its name from the girlfriend of the French botanist Philbert Commerson, who was the first to describe it professionally. It came from Japan and was imported to Europe in the 18th century.
Prints are dated and signed, and I will send them within 3-7 days of ordering.
Photographs are printed in archival quality on German cotton papers and canvases Tecco to guarantee durability and protection against fading over 100 years.
Canvases are stretched on wooden inner frames and printed on the sides as well.
Decorative frames in the photos are illustrative.
Do you want to have a print framed? Leave a note in the order, together we will choose a suitable frame.