Fine Watercolour Wall Artwork Painting Plant Study Botanical Polyanthus Flowers



2020-03-28 11:00:32

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  • 1 Fine Original Watercolour Wall Artwork Painting Plant Study Botanical Polyanthus Flowers Signed.  
  • In the antique 19th century style. 
  • Subject still life botanical plant study of a Polyanthus. 
  • Original artwork. 
  • Set in a pine wooden frame. 
  • Watercolour on paper board.  
  • Polyanthus have elegant long stems that protrude from the distinctively textured foliage. 
  • They’re a large and varied group of Primula, characterised by their bright, blazing colours.  
  • A cottage garden classic, they will survive the harshest British winter. 
  • Peeping out in the early spring as a sign of new life after the gloom of winter. 
  • This watercolour is of exceptional quality by an accomplished British artist.  
  • Provenance verso gallery label Peter Clarkes Watling Street Galleries on the back.
  • Distinctly monogrammed by the artist artist S.deB.  
  • Highly sought after by botanist art collectors. 
  • We only select our paintings based upon quality & significance.  
  • With a protective front glass cover. 
  • Bought from a private seller. 
  • Circa late 20th century dated April 1991. 
  • We offer exceptional customer service. 
  • With hanging thread brackets on the back ready to display.   
  • Condition report. 
  • Offered in fine used condition. 
  • Having various scuffs, scratches, wear marks to the frame and also some stains, scratches to the glass cover commensurate with usage & age.  
  • International worldwide shipping is available via ebay's global shipping programme.  
  • Viewings are welcome by appointment only for customer support please send a message thankyou. 
  • Cash on collection is welcome.    
  • Checkout our exciting other available listings in our shop gallery, if you order 2 or more items we can offer you discount, happy shopping. 
**Dimensions in inches & centimetres of frame approx** 
20.5" Wide (52cm)  
18" High (46cm)                                               
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