This colorful drawing of the purple phlox flower brings a sense of innocent fun and joy with it’s bright purple and pink petals and white flower buds. The flower is drawn in in such a way that it seems open and free, bringing a sense of peace and happiness to the observer. Originally published in Curtis’ Botanical Magazine in 1817, our artists have enhanced the bright and vibrant colors of the flower to allow the original drawing’s features to stand out and thrive. The encyclopedic text describing the flower is draped over the illustration to add a sense of scientific fascination and learning to the art piece. This piece of wall art would be perfect for any room, especially a bedroom, living room, or study.