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Flower Art Print featuring the photograph Red Hibiscus Flower by Tim Abeln

Frame

Top Mat

Top Mat

Bottom Mat

Bottom Mat

Dimensions

Image:

8.00" x 5.50"

Overall:

10.00" x 7.50"

 

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Red Hibiscus Flower Art Print

Tim Abeln

by Tim Abeln

Small Image

$37.56

Product Details

Red Hibiscus Flower art print by Tim Abeln.   Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

Design Details

Dating to the Victorian era, when flowers adorned clothing, stationery, wallpaper, hats, china and jewelry, the hibiscus means delicate beauty,... more

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3 - 4 business days

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Comments (11)

Wonju Hulse

Wonju Hulse

Beautiful shot!

Tim Abeln replied:

Thank you Wonju!

Marv Vandehey

Marv Vandehey

Beautiful!

Tim Abeln replied:

Thanks Marv!

Michael Mirijan

Michael Mirijan

This wonderful picture is featured on the homepage of the "Pictures for Present" group.

Tim Abeln replied:

Thank you very much Michael!

John M Bailey

John M Bailey

Congratulations on your feature in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"

Tim Abeln replied:

Thank you John!

Sofia Goldberg

Sofia Goldberg

nice photo!

Tim Abeln replied:

Thank you Sofia!

Marla McPherson

Marla McPherson

Gorgeous image Tim! L/F!

Tim Abeln replied:

Thank you Marla!

Jasna Dragun

Jasna Dragun

Congratulations on your feature in the "Global Flowers Photography" and "Pick Of The Day" 23.07. !! l/f

Tim Abeln replied:

Awesome, thank you very much Jasna!

Kristin Brown

Kristin Brown

Very nice, Tim! LFT

Tim Abeln replied:

Thank you Kristin

Lynn Michelle

Lynn Michelle

Beautiful shot! :)

Tim Abeln replied:

Thank you Lynn

Artist's Description

Dating to the Victorian era, when flowers adorned clothing, stationery, wallpaper, hats, china and jewelry, the hibiscus means "delicate beauty," relating to the sunny and delicate conditions under which it will bloom and to the fragility and beauty of its flower. Today, "delicate beauty" is the common meaning of the hibiscus when used in flower arrangements or given as a gift. In North America it is commonly known as the "rose of Sharon" and symbolizes the "perfect bride": fruitful, of beauty and one with God.

About Tim Abeln

Tim Abeln

Hi and welcome to my gallery! My name is Tim and I am a self-taught photographer from Arnhem, the Netherlands. The enthousiasm for photography was inspired by my mother. With her camera (and a few tips from her photography friends) I just went out and started making photos. I watched tons of YouTube videos, read articles and book, talked to other photographers and that is what I continu doing, learning something new with every shot. Pretty soon I found that I started seeing the world in a different way, started noticing things I never noticed before. Lights, shadows, compositions, colors, animals in the forest, majestic landscapes and the tiniest detail in beautiful flowers. The love for photography is not in pressing a shutter...

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