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Watercolor Poster featuring the painting Yellow Friendship Tulip by Elizabeth Reich


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8.00" x 8.00"


10.00" x 10.00"


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Yellow Friendship Tulip Poster

Elizabeth Reich

by Elizabeth Reich

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Yellow Friendship Tulip poster by Elizabeth Reich.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

Design Details

Did you know that yellow tulips symbolize friendship? Besides friendship yellow tulips also symbolize joy and new beginnings. This watercolor yellow... more

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Comments (6)

Joy Watson

Joy Watson

Great work

Elizabeth Reich replied:

Thank you Joy.

Anne Gifford

Anne Gifford

I like the elegant simplicity of your tulip!

Elizabeth Reich replied:

Thank you Anne.

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Elizabeth Reich replied:

Thank you Atlas.

Laura Epstein

Laura Epstein

Simply beautiful!

Elizabeth Reich replied:

Thank you Laura.

Joy Watson

Joy Watson

Great work

Elizabeth Reich replied:

Thank you Joy.

Sharon W

Sharon W

So lovely! Exquisite simplicity!

Elizabeth Reich replied:

Thank you for this kind compliment Sharon.

Artist's Description

Did you know that yellow tulips symbolize friendship? Besides friendship yellow tulips also symbolize joy and new beginnings. This watercolor yellow tulip was painted in a minimalist botanical style. Ready to bring springtime sunshine to your wall decor and more.

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Interpreting discoveries in nature with watercolors, aka colorful puddles, since 2014;
Inspired by the outdoors and flower gardens. Ready to bring the outdoors inside? Available for your living space and your on-the-go day with wall art prints, home decor, and unique gifts. Designed around my colorful, painterly, watercolor creations.

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All copyrights and reproduction rights are retained by artist Elizabeth Reich dba LZBTH Creative Content. This artwork may not be reproduced by any process without the expressed written permission of the artist.

About Elizabeth Reich

Elizabeth Reich

LZBTH Creative Content works with nature and floral paintings, as well as surface pattern design. When painting, founder Elizabeth Reich sets out to portray the emotions felt and the view seen, when the natural element(s) inspired the question "How would this be painted?" Elizabeth is not always a watercolor traditionalist, she enjoys exploring other mediums to mix with watercolors to achieve the feeling and visual scene that inspired the art. Elizabeth returned to art 10 years ago, after a moment of introspection she asked herself "What would my 8 year old self want to do?" The answer was "Watercolor!" The journey continues with loose and painterly paintings, what she calls "playing in colorful puddles." If you enjoy a colorful garden,...

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