Make some of the most beautiful and popular flowers in the world part of your wall decor. With Photowall's high quality selection of tulips canvas prints, you can bring the beauty of Read morespring into your home, recreational space and even the office. You will also learn a thing or two along the way. Did you know that at one point the tulip's popularity reached soaring heights and they were so expensive that they were even valued higher than most homes? If you love the silky petals of the tulip flower or are fond of the soft pink blooms, you will most definitely find tulips canvas prints that work for you. Bring an extra dimension of nature to your living, or working, space with stylized paintings and photographs. With a wide variety of designs and colour schemes to choose from, you will run out of decorative ideas with tulips canvas prints. Upgrade your residential, recreational and yes, even corporate interiors with our fine selection.

The wide palette of tulips canvas prints

The tulip can actually boast of many different types, but the most prominent are the Darwin Hybrid Tulips which produce long-lasting flowers on strong stems with brilliant colours that show up beautifully in the landscape. There are also Triumph Tulips which make up the largest group of tulips and offer the widest range of colours, as you might have already noticed in tulips canvas prints. Double Tulips are long-lasting, semidouble to double flowers that bear a striking resemblance to double Peonies. Fringed Tulips are edged with very finely cut fringes, like in the tulips canvas print entitled "Pink Fringed Tulip". Fosteriana Tulips are very popular for landscaping in Europe but not as familiar in the United States. Greigii Tulips are chalice-shaped flowers that generally open wide to reveal the interior colors. See if you can spot them in the tulips canvas print "Tulips and Poppy Party". The other notable tulips types are Kaufmanniana Tulips, Lily-Flowered Tulips, Parrot Tulips, Viridiflora Tulips and Species Tulips. You can find examples of these in our selection of tulips canvas prints.

Plenty of meaning

The colours of these flowers can mean many different things. Red, for example, is associated with true love, while purple symbolizes royalty and yellow represent cheerful thoughts and sunshine. White tulips, on the other hand, are used to claim worthiness or to send a message of forgiveness. If you gift someone the tulips canvas print "Ivory White Double Tulip", you will certainly be forgiven in an instant. All kidding aside, tulips will enable you to say a lot without speaking. The beauty of tulips canvas prints is that you can express things with real life photographs such as "Tulips After Rain", but also delve deeper with works of art like "Spring Tulip".

Tulips canvas prints and history

The name "tulip" comes from the shape of the flower, where the word itself can be traced from the Persian "delband" meaning turban. Another reason why it is linked to Turkey is that the Turkish decorated their turbans using tulip stems. In tulips canvas prints, you not only have eye-candy, but also an important flower in many cultures. Its origin was in the Ottoman Empire although it was discovered earlier in Central Asia. During the 16th century, there was massive importation into Holland where they were used in various paintings and festivals. As a result, Holland is now known for the cultivation of tulips and is its largest producer and exporter. You will see why when you view tulips canvas prints by Photowall. The Dutch grew so fond of the flower that they are now unerringly connected to it. "Tulip Fields, Claude Monet" is a great example of this, wherein you see a typical Dutch landscape with some beautiful tulips in it.
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