Taken from archived collections, these images of flowers were originally created in the 1930s by Cyril Hubbard. Hubbard was inspired by nature and generated thousands of carefully drawn and catalogued studies with an aim to illustrate every flower from the ground. Across the range of "Wildflower" styles, duplicate colorations exist, allowing for diptych and greater pairings of mismatched designs that blend by color. Giclee on Somerset velvet paper, floated in acrylic box. Made to order.