Pleurothallis tenuisepala


This plant was imported from Orquideas del Valle, Colombia as Pleurothallis luctuosa and grown by Mark Wilson at Colorado College. Upon flowering, the plant was identified as an unknown species.The new species was brought to Denver Botanic Gardens for me to illustrate, as part of the process of description. The name only given after the publication of the book, this is why it is written as Pleurothallis sp. nov in the book.

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Prints are produced in high quality of colour accuracy using the Giclée process at Giclée UK, Edinburgh, and printed on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Smooth Paper, 320 gsm, acid-free, smooth premium cotton paper, using archival inks; Epson Ultrachrome Pro 10. Reproductions are as close as possible to the original paintings and fade resistant from 75 – 125 years when framed and glazed. The image is the same size as the original artwork. There will be only 3 prints of this work. Each print is numbered and signed by hand, and will be delivered without mount and frame.

If you would like to purchase a limited edition print, we will send with the print, a certificate personalised with your name to authenticate the copy. The prices include postage.

The gallery images have a subtle indication of the border to show the paper edge and to help appreciate the print’s actual size.

Edition Size – 3
Print Size –  35 x 30 cm
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