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Everyone loves tulips! These beauties were at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. Their red and yellow flowers brightened up a rainy day. The soft focus on most of this photograph creates an impressionistic watercolor effect. Tiny droplets of water can be seen on the front tulips. Perfect to bring a breath of spring into your home or office today.

TITLE: Watercolor Tulips
SIZE: 8x10, 11x14, or 16x20 inches (choose in drop-down menu)

Photo is printed on heavyweight MATTE cotton rag fine art paper with archival giclee pigment. Signed on the back, each print is placed in an acid-free clear bag and carefully packed in a cardboard photo mailer or a large mailing tube (depending upon print size) so that the print arrives in perfect condition.

I print this photo using Epson UltraChrome K3 Archival Ink and high quality Epson Velvet Fine Art Paper (other papers available upon request). Each print is carefully inspected before I package and ship it.

I am a fine art photographer living in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota. My work is rooted in a deep love of the natural beauty of Minnesota's woodlands, lakes, and wild flowers.

Visit my official website and blog at www.marilynLamoreux.com

Chased by Beauty | Marilyn Lamoreux Photography LLC
© Marilyn Lamoreux

Colorful Spring Tulip Art Print, Red and Yellow Tulip Photograph - Nature Photography - Flower wall art, Tulip Home Decor

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Archival Ink, Epson Velvet Fine Art Paper
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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