The encyclopedia of flowers of art prints

Flowering art prints

Frida Kahlo de Rivera said: "I paint flowers so they won't die." We agree and find: A painted bouquet as an art print has more than one advantage: it does not wither, but remains as beautiful as the artist created it. A flower painting is a lasting memory of the most beautiful plants on this earth. And it is still trendy!

In the interior area flowers and green plants are our stars of the heart. Plants, flowers, bouquets and buds adorn patterned fabrics and wallpapers. In art, the botanical motifs are available in different styles. What is the reason for this? Artists from the most different epochs sketched or painted flower motives, because they were especially suitable for depiction as still lifes. Gladly you were portrayed in connection with a woman to underline her sweetness.

Flower art within your own four walls

2019 Urban Jungle Trend, 2020: plants in all colours and shapes. In cities, plants are a real blessing: In gardens, green spaces, on balconies or on your own wall as floral art.

If you don't want to decorate your home entirely in green, you can also use beautiful art prints and buy them in colours to match your home. We offer flower and garden motifs to match any style and have works by famous artists such as Claude Monet, Vincent van Gogh, Gustav Klimt and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Contemporary art and photography are also in our repertoire and bring new perspectives and points of view to flower art.

Floriography - The language of flowers

Rose - The queen of flowers

has the rose worn out as a symbol of love? We do not think so, because the rose stands for passion, beauty, gratitude and recognition. With the color we can communicate: A red rose stands for unconditional love, while a pink rose is more likely to represent the beginning of romantic feelings. Purple roses stand for great admiration and can mean love at first sight. White roses symbolize innocence, faithfulness and are suitable for long-term relationships. Orange roses stand for happiness and security and a yellow rose expresses joy.

Lily - The secret favourite

Expressing feelings in the Victorian age? That's just not done. However, in order to communicate how you feel about each other, a secret language was the perfect solution. The iris, also called iris, is a sign of fidelity. It was named after the goddess Iris, who personifies the rainbow. Thus the lily also appears in many colours and is a sign of good news. In bouquets, it is often used to add a splash of colour.

Gladiole - Our proud heroine

In the Roman age, people used to talk about gladiator fights, just as we talk about series today. Two swordsmen fighting each other for their lives. The winner was showered with gladiolas. In some countries gladiolus is still a symbol of victory today. With its pointed leaves it hits everyone right in the heart.

Tulip - The flower of colours

The red and the white tulip, like the rose, stand for endless love. Yellow tulips express joy and sympathy. Pink indicates the beginning of a tender love relationship, whereas orange already radiates pure fascination. As a flower that appears in many colours, the tulip is often included in spring bouquets and is often given away as a colourful bouquet. But be careful: With exactly seven colourful tulips, it says: "I am in seventh heaven for love of you".

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