Jasmine Becket Griffith THE LANGUAGE OF FLOWERS VI-Black Roses
The Language of Flowers VI - Black Roses by Jasmine Becket Griffith
The Language of Flowers refers to the Victorian notion of "floriography" - assigning hidden meanings to different flowers and plants. Rather than speaking or writing the words in a letter, a person could send a bouquet of flowers and the recipient would understand the hidden message, in this case Black Roses have a variety of meanings, they symbolize death and mourning as well as rebirth..
Coated with a UV varnish and heat set for maximum protection and longevity and ready to hang.
- Open Edition Canvas Giclee
- 10" x 10" Gallery Wrapped on 1.5" Frame
- 16" x 20" Gallery Wrapped on 1.5" Frame
- The watermark in the image is only for digital display and does not appear in the originals or prints.