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'Camelia' art print

'Camelia' art print

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This 9 by 12 print features artwork by Pieter de Pannemaeker, from the 1874-1875 Volumes of ‘L'Illustration Horticole’, a Belgian horticultural magazine renowned for its high-quality chromolithographs. This esteemed publication tastefully blended art and science to showcase new and rare cultivars, appealing to professional horticulturalist and home-gardeners alike.

Camellia cultivation dates back thousands of years, with its origins deeply rooted in the gardens of China and Japan. Camellias have been cultivated for their beauty, tea production, and symbolic meanings in Asian cultures long before being introduced to Europe in the 17th century. The plant's arrival in Europe sparked a fascination that led to the cultivation of countless varieties. Prized for its beautiful winter blooms, camelias remain a favorite garden plant for people all over the world.

  • 9in by 12 in art print
  • Printed on premium felt-woven watercolor paper
  • Designed and printed in the USA
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