THE VISITATION, MARY'S SHOES, Aquilegia vulgaris


These are called columbines today, but one of the names they used to be called is, "Mary's Shoes." The legend is that as the Blessed Mother walked to visit her cousin, St. Elizabeth, these flowers popped up wherever her feet touched the earth. Isn't that a sweet image to meditate upon? Blooms in anticipation of the New Life. This is a print of an original botanical watercolor painting by Katrina Harrington accompanied by her calligraphy.

Prints in the botanical art section of Rose Harrington are only printed on high-quality, archival grade, acid-free, 100% cotton rag, 21 mil, 340gsm inkjet paper with a bright white, textured surface. This paper matches Rose Harrington's commitment to deliver the best possible product.

Frames and props are not included.

All products at Rose Harrington are made in the USA. These are printed to order so processing is 5 to 10 business days in addition to shipping time.

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