Rose Studies: Watercolors & Drawings
‘Scientists' Cliffs Rose’
A wild rose found cascading down a cliff by the Chesapeake Bay in southern Maryland, probably a form of Rosa multiflora. Painted at different times of the year.
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|Watercolor and graphite on three sheets of paper, |
each 8.5" x 5.5", in triptych, 2006–2007
The original is in a private collection.
Limited edition (20) giclée print, full-size image, $125
Limited edition (20) giclée print, 8.5" x 14", $75
© 2006–2007 Maria Cecilia Freeman