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  • Three-Two-Lips



    Tulips are such a beautiful herald of spring. Tulips are known for their bold colors and beautiful shape, and most varieties are indeed almost perfectly symmetrical. The blooms have three petals and three sepals, but since the sepals are almost the same size and shape as the petals, tulips appear to have six petals to a bulb. At one point in history, tulips were the most expensive flower. In fact, in the 1600s the flowers were more valuable than most people's homes, and cost almost 10 times what an average working-class man earned in a year. Tulips are a part of the Liliaceae family, which also contains lilies, onions, garlic and asparagus. They are an edible replacement for onions in many recipes and can even be used to make wine!

    This painting is a derivation from a photo generously shared by Stuart Simms with permission given for use with unrestricted license. Thank you!


    This original painting is:

    • a handmade item
    • 6"x6"x.875" 
    • painted on deep stretched canvas
    • signed by the artist

    Giclée prints are available.

    See options list for available sizes and rates.


    * NOTE: Image colors may vary somewhat from the original due to natural display differences in computer monitors

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