As we round the corner into February, we can’t help but feel a natural wistful-ness for sunnier skies, warmer weather, and greenery. Winter is certainly a precious time of year, but one that drags on far too long. Luckily for us, this week’s fine print auction is full of spring-time inspiration from flowers to birds to prints of outdoor scenes. Mixed in with the impressive Keith Haring prints and the unique “Head of a Woman” by Pablo Picasso are elements of the upcoming season.
Find some spring excitement with the below 7 prints.
Wildflowers by Mary Vaux Walcott
This lot of 29 prints wildflower prints stunningly portrays the beauty of spring flowers.
Glaucis Lanceoalota (Lanceolate Hermit) by John Gould
Nothing says spring like a chirping bird.
Fiery Rosebay Rhododendron by Robert Sweet
Fiery? Yes, please.
Eye-of-the-Sun Tulip (Tulipa Oculus Solis) by Pancrace Bessa
This hand colored print dazzles with color.
Bass Wood by Pancrace Bessa & J.P. Redoute
We all crave some greenery in springtime after a bare winter of white.
Yellow Canary by James Bolton
Waking up to the chirps of the canary is so sweet.
Myrtle Beach Dunes Golf by Mark King
Hurry up, it’s almost tee time!
Explore the full catalog of fine prints and register to bid in this weekend’s auction.