Giclee Print of an Illustration of A Rose Flower
Giclee Print of an Illustration of A Rose Flower

Giclee Print of an Illustration of A Rose Flower

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Few plants have had such a hold on the human imagination as the rose. The value of a rose is not so much in its fruit—although, the fruits have some nutritional and commercial value. Rather, the chief value of a rose comes in its being a symbol of love and beauty. It appears in art, is exchanged as a symbol of love, its fragrance is captured in perfumes, and it adorns gardens and public spaces. Roses were first cultivated in China about 5,000 years ago, whether for their beauty or for their edible fruit is not known. Later, they were cultivated in India, Persia, the Middle East, and Europe. In ancient Rome, roses were very popular, not only for their beauty but also for food and for many medicinal uses. Roses were first cultivated in China about 5,000 years ago, whether for their beauty or for their edible fruit is not known. Later, they were cultivated in India, Persia, the Middle East, and Europe. In ancient Rome, roses were very popular, not only for their beauty but also for food and for many medicinal uses. 

   This is a print of an illustration of a Rose Flower. The original illustration is a pen and ink drawing on acid-free Strathmore Bristol Board paper. The print is on glossy photo paper. It is an 8 x 11 inch print. The artist has created botanical illustrations for publications that have been published by the New York Botanical Garden and the University Press of Florida.