Original pencil drawing of a Foxglove, this drawing is from the 100 Days of Flowers projected completed in 2015.
Foxgloves have both positive and negative symbolic meanings. They are said to sometimes hurt and sometimes heal. In the language of flowers, foxglove is associated with insincerity. The origin of the name foxglove is unclear, but the original name may have been folksglove, referring to fairy folk.
This is an original drawing created with Faber Castell Polychromos coloured pencils on 250gsm bristol artist paper.
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A5 (W14.7 x H21cm) unframed, signed by the artist.
This is a reproduction of an original pencil drawing printed on museum archival quality 100% cotton rag art paper.
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