1950's Copeland Florals Framed Botanical - 9.5 x 9.5 - Vintage Wall Art
There are always flowers for those who want to see them. - Henri Matisse
Framed in Atlanta, Georgia during the 1950's and containing an appealing mid-century art tag on back, this vintage botanical is like two treats in one. The front features an IBFCo bouquet of summer's most delicate beauties which promises to keep the spirit of the warm weather months alive all year long. Bright shades of green and pink, lavender, yellow, white, blue and brown poised against a soft mint background comprise the perfect arrangement of subtle hues to accent your kitchen and dining areas. The back features a worn paper wrapper with aged character and a vintage frame/sales department tag from the Georgia Art Supply Company.
- Framed in solid wood with glass. Comes ready to hang with attached wire.
- Beige frame and colorful print compliment a variety of colors.
- Flowers include Mums, morning glories, peonies, violets, marigolds, snapdragons, fox gloves and more
- Coordinates well with cottage decor, shabby chic aesthetics and farmhouse style
In gorgeous vintage condition. Frame is strong and sturdy. Glass is clean and clear and botanical print is bright in color. Two water spots in the corners of the bottom and left edges add a rustic, aged patina to the overall composition.
Measures 9.5" inches width x 9.5" inches (length) x 1.25" inches (depth)
Sometimes all your kitchen needs is one petite piece of art to set the mood for your entire cooking space. This piece works great with a variety of walls whether they are painted something colorful or are the brightest of whites this botanical will fit right in.