Vintage Rose Art Print - French Provincial

The Heirloom Rose Prints we sell are restored chromolithograph illustrations from Belgian and French publications (1868-1923) of botanical art. Collectors of botanical art, as well as serious gardeners, subscribed to these periodicals, which were released in monthly installments. They make great vintage floral wall art decor.

Standard Print Sizes: 5"x7", 8"x10", or 11"x14". Printed on a light cream archival paper using archival ink.

Ordered alone, double-matted, or matted and framed.

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    beautiful

    everything came as advertised and on time!

    On the wall of a house of folks doing reforestation work.

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