In this vintage graphic print red sorrel grows over a wild landscape, where it naturally grows. This is one of the paintings from 1699 floral book, published by Dutch botanist Abraham Munting, well-known for his descriptions and illustration of European plants. In such prints, the plants were always named in Latin, and at that time the Latin name for a red sorrel was Lapathum Planum Paludosum. Red and green colors of the plant are framed by a beige wooden frame, accentuating its rustic simplicity. This wall décor will look exceptional on a wall of a rustic or traditional interior setting.