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“Let us not forget that often hidden amongst Bosschaert’s paintings is a hungry creature ready to take advantage of the nectar filled feast before them. In this case we have added the painterly butterfly.” – Prestige Flowers #NGArtBouquet #Bouquet #Florist #Flowers #Art

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Bosschaert Bouquet - The intensity of colour and texture emulates the two tone varieties often found in Bosschaert’s paintings have inspired this bouquet. #NGArtBouquet #Bouquet #Flowers #Art

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“Anastasia Chrysanthemum - This particular variety was chosen due to its grassy texture and colour as seen in the fields of this magnificent estate. “ - Prestige Flowers for the National Gallery Shop Gainsborough Bouquet inspired by Mr And Mrs Andrews #NGArtBouquet #Bouquet #Florist #Flowers #Art

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Purple Statice - “The deep violet coloured Statice is dispersed throughout this bouquet to resemble the darker colours created by the shadows of the bridge and the distant trees. It was also included for its papery texture, which rustles when touched to create an audible landscape of tall grasses in a summer breeze.” – Prestige Flowers #NGArtBouquet #Bouquet #Florist #Flowers #Art

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White and Violet Lisianthus - “Lisianthus was chosen to represent the numerous white and blue flowers set amongst the warmer toned varieties. As ‘Lizzy’ is a symbol of an outgoing nature, it seemed an appropriate nod to the artist himself.” – Prestige Flowers #NGArtBouquet #Bouquet #Florist #Flowers #Art

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"Trachelium - This was chosen to soften the look of the bouquet and pick out the blue tones" - Prestige Flowers for the National Gallery Shop Turner Bouquet inspired by The Fighting Temeraire #NGArtBouquet #Bouquet #Florist #Flowers #Art

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Miss Piggy Rose - I chose this variety as it is the only Rose that perfectly represents a sunset. The colour needed to dominate the bouquet as does Turners sky. Peach Roses also symbolise appreciation which seemed apt for any audience of this scene. - Prestige Flowers for the National Gallery Shop Turner Bouquet inspired by The Fighting Temeraire #NGArtBouquet #Bouquet #Florist #Flowers #Art

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National Gallery Shops Gainsborough Bouquet - The accentuated colours of the blue in Mrs Andrews dress and the stormy skies contrast with the fresh green of the fields have inspired this splendid bouquet. #NGArtBouquet #Bouquet #Flowers #Art

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Orange Germini - “These daisy like blooms were chosen to mimic the Calendula visible in this and many other of Bosschaert’s paintings. They add a vivid block of colour to the arrangement which complements the other hot tones in the bouquet.” – Prestige Flowers #NGArtBouquet #Bouquet #Florist #Flowers #Art

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Van Gogh Bouquet - The glorious bright yellow blooms in this bouquet represent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers. #NGArtBouquet #Bouquet #Flowers #Art