TULIP MANIA by Artist Juliana Loomer
Tulips were introduced to the Western world by the Viennese ambassador to Turkey, Augier Ghislain de Busbecq, who wrote of seeing the plants in Edirne, Turkey, in 1551 and who later sent some seeds to Austria. The arrival at Antwerpin 1562 of a cargo of tulip bulbs from Constantinople (now Istanbul) marked the beginning of the tulip horticultural industry in Europe. A speculative frenzy over tulips in the Netherlands in 1633–37 is now known as the Tulip Mania.
Digital Painting Museum Print on Paper Signed
A2 - 42 x 59 cm - 16.5 x 23”
Large Canvas Print Signed and Numbered
150 x 110 cm / 59” x 43”
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