Iris Framed Dictionary Print
Back in the Victorian era, flowers were used to convey meaning when word were not always possible or appropriate. The Iris was used to express faith, valour, wisdom and friendship.This dictionary print features a hand-drawn iris illustration by me. It's a favourite of mine. It's from a series of pen and ink works I produced when I was interested in the impact of un-inked spaces.
Details33cm x 24cm polyresin and glass frame
All dictionary prints are hand made using antique dictionary pages from the 1890s. Because they are handmade each one may vary slightly from the picture.