LALE (Tulip) Print
Laleh (persian: لاله) is the national flower of Iran and Turkey and has a profound effect on the culture of both countries. But the impact of this interest on the art of the two countries has been different. In Turkish culture, the painted image of this flower is often seen in Turkish artwork, but in Iran, Laleh, as the most famous wild flower, has penetrated and appeared in Persian literature. In Persian literature, the tulip is often a symbol of love and suffering.
- Fine Art Print
- Hahnemühle 210 gsm, Albrecht Dürer
- Packed in a protective card board tube
- Shipped 2-5 working days from order
This is an open edition print from Mehdi Naghavi's calligraphic works. All orders are carefully packed in a protective card board tube, shipped with tracking number and insurance. The artwork is printed on Albrecht Dürer 210 gsm, an Acid- and lignin-free paper from Hahnemühle with a textured, Matt surface. The printer used to ensure long lasting beauty and value is Canon iPF8400, a large format inkjet printer using Canon's Lucia Ex pigment based archival inks, providing extremely rich colors and a first-class deep black.