White Roses of York IV is the fourth version of Rhia's floral greetings from the bottom of her heart and her garden.
The official name for this plant is White Rose of York (Rosa alba). It grows in the form of a relatively large shrub cultivated in England since the distant past. In the 14th-century, the white rose was taken as an emblem of the royal House of York. Today it is a symbol for Yorkshire on its flag, which features a white rose on a light blue background.
Beautify your home with this white, green, blue floral abstraction.
Materials: linen canvas on board, professional-grade acrylic paints, varnish
Size: 50 x 40 x 0.4 cm
The artwork is not framed.
The second photo shows you an example of how this painting can look on a wall and in a frame.