Photographic Print. Brightly coloured close up of a red and yellow streaked or 'broken' Tulip flower in sunlight.
The Latin name is Tulipa. In the time of Tulipmania in Holland, 1634 - 1637, the multicoloured, intricate lines and flame like streaks on the petals were vivid and spectacular and made these bulbs highly sought after. It is now known that this effect is due to the bulbs being infected with a type of tulip specific mosaic virus, known as the 'Tulip breaking virus', because it 'breaks' the one petal colour into two or more colours, creating exotic looking flowers.
Colours are as accurate as possible but may differ slightly due to screen calibrations.
Shipping outside UK mainland is estimated, on occasion a variation will be emailed before dispatch.
Images printed at a Fuji approved professional laboratory on highest quality archive papers, Fuji Crystal or DP 2.
A Signed Certificate of Authenticity Card states the series number.