The Anemones Bouquet as Wall Art
The Bouquet of Anemones was painted by Louis Charles Ruotte, a french painter, in the 17th century. The subject is a bouquet of Anemones, also known as windflowers, that are rich in detail and true to life. The original is exhibited in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
The floral motif by IXXI is wonderfully introduced into any interior and never ceases to surprise with its exceptionally detailed flowers. Whether in the kitchen above the dining table, in the hallway next to the mirror or above the bed in the bedroom - the Anemone bouquet is a real floral eye-catcher on any wall.
The art collection by IXXI is perfect for art lovers and artists. IXXI cooperates with the most prestigious museums in the world and has a variety of pictures from the Renaissance to the present in its image database. Images such as the Anemone Bouquet by Louis Charles Ruotte can be hung up in your own home or at the entrance of a hotel or office building.
Wall Art Material and Installation
The subject is printed on Synaps—a high-grade synthetic paper with a mat appearance that is waterproof, tear-resistant and UV-resistant. The cards are connected to each other with the provided crosses. They are then fixed to the wall thanks to the included hanging strips and adhesive Tesa Powerstrips - no tools or annoying drilling is necessary. The cards can be easily replaced and more can be added.
The Anemone Bouquet by IXXI is available in various sizes.