Malva sylvestris (Common Mallow) Wildflower Artwork Vintage Fine Art Postcard
More than just postcards, these 4" by 6" pieces of art make elegant, inexpensive gifts for gardeners and naturalists. Create beautiful collages and displays. Hundreds of watercolors to choose from including apples, berries, grapes, pears, plums, wildflowers, and more.
Malva sylvestris (Common mallow) Wildflower: This Malva sylvestris (Common mallow) Wildflower originated from the United States. It was painted in the late 1800's by Deborah Griscom Passmore (1840-1911).
The Painting: Deborah Griscom Passmore (1840-1911) was a botanical artist employed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for nineteen years. These wildflower artwork watercolors come from an unpublished volume entitled Flowers in Water Color: Wildflowers of America that she created outside the scope of her work with USDA. They were labeled with their subject's scientific name by Edward Lee Greene (1843-1915).
The Card: These are high-quality matte 4” by 6” cards that can be used as a post card or framed as part of a wall arrangement. The cards have the following characteristics: 4/4 full bleed; 300 GSM; paper thickness is 0.13?; and laminated feel.
Attribution: U.S. Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Library; FEDLINK - United States Federal Collection.