This floral print, originally published in the Hortus Indicus Malabaricus book of floral illustrations in the late 1600s, depicts an intricately drawn branch of a plant that includes thorns, small and delicate leaves, and some small flowers. The fine and consistent line work is where this print really shines, with its shading and details all done originally on a copper plate. This allows for an incredibly detailed illustration that accurately portrays this plant. This botanical wall decor will be a perfect house warming gift that will fit well into any room with its black and white color scheme and refined composition.
At Vintage Print Gallery, we do our best to offer the most interesting, sophisticated and unique pieces of art to our loyal customers. While many of our offerings come from painstakingly collected antiques, such as hundreds of years old atlases, photo albums and herbariums, we have also gone a step further and now offer remastered pieces, as well as original art. Our original art takes inspiration from our existing catalog and builds on it. Our remastered pieces bring new colorways, sharper images and more intricate details from restored vintage works of art. Additionally, we also offer silver, gold and copper leaf enhanced art, with real metal applied to the prints.