Every flower depicted within the house has a special meaning according to the language of flowers. They symbolize virtues that should be planted in your home and heart. Practiced often those seeds will bloom into a garden of peace, the fragrance of which will greet each visitor to your home. The white tulip symbolizes "perfect love and forgiveness". The iris's three largest petals symbolize "faith, valor and wisdom". I also interpret the three petals to symbolize the Holy Trinity and it's dark purple color, the color of royalty, to refer to the King Himself. The Virginia Bluebell is a Marian flower which symbolizes "humility". It's blue hue and the bend of its stem, which appears as if bowing, symbolize Mary and her constant humbleness of heart. Finally, the white poppy symbolizes peace. The red poppy is often worn on Remembrance Day to remember the blood spilled and life lost on the battlefields of World War I. Alternatively, the white poppy symbolizes peace and hope after war.
This is a print of an original watercolor painting. This fine quality print is printed on a sturdy and thick matte 120# smooth accent cover stock paper from a local print shop in El Paso, TX. The vibrant and true to life colors are identical to the original piece. (Frame is not included with your purchase of a print.)
8 X 10
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