The Wind’s Daughter
In the Victorian’s Language of the Flowers, the Anemone flower represents forsaken love. The flower’s natural reaction of closing up at night and opening for the morning means it also symbolises anticipation for something soon to arrive. Anemone comes from the Greek word of the same spelling which means ‘wind’s daughter’, having gained this name because of myths involving the Greek gods of the four winds. As a result, the anemone is also known as the ‘wind flower’.
Original charcoal and mixed media artwork on cotton canvas
Size: 60cm x 60cm x 3.5cm
FRAMED in a beautiful wood frame
Sealed, varnished and ready to hang. See below for shipping.
Prints will be packaged in a postal tube for ease of delivery. (NOTE: all prints are sold and shipped unframed).
Please allow approx 7-10 working days for printing and delivery to main cities within South Africa and 2-3 weeks for international shipping. Note: more distant and remote areas may take slightly longer.
Please allow approx. 2-3 weeks for international shipping.