6 Rose Vintage Illustrations Clipart

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6 Rose Florals
1. Hybrid Remontant Rose (red rose)
2. Flower Bouquet Redoute (pink rose)
3. Pink Cabbage Rose (pink rose)
4. Rose of Orleans (pink rose)
5. Hundred Leaf Rose (pink rose)
6. Pink Cyme Rose (pink rose)
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Rose Florals
1. Hybrid Remontant Rose (red rose)
2. Flower Bouquet Redoute (pink rose)
3. Pink Cabbage Rose (pink rose)
4. Rose of Orleans (pink rose)
5. Hundred Leaf Rose (pink rose)
6. Pink Cyme Rose (pink rose)
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I love these vintage paintings! I have brightened up the color and removed the background so they can be easily used as clipart or printed for bright and cheery wall art decor or even fun crafts. Each illustration is available for instant download.

1. Hybrid Remontant Rose • 2. Flower Bouquet Redoute • 3. Pink Cabbage Rose • 4. Rose of Orleans • 5. Hundred Leaf Rose • 6. Pink Cyme Rose

Hybrid Remontant Rose

Remontancy is the ability of a plant to flower more than once during a growing season or year. It is most specifically used to describe roses. Roses possessing this trait are called “repeat flowering” or remontant.

Flower Bouquet Redoute

Pierre-Joseph Redouté, was a painter and botanist from Belgium, known for his watercolours of roses, lilies and other flowers at Malmaison, many of which were published as large, color stipple engravings. He was nicknamed “the Raphael of flowers” and has been called the greatest botanical illustrator of all time. –Wikipedia

Pink Cabbage Rose

Rosa × centifolia, the Provence rose or cabbage rose or Rose de Mai is a hybrid rose developed by Dutch rose breeders in the period between the 17th century and the 19th century, possibly earlier. – Wikipedia

Rose of Orleans

Beautiful pink blossom rose with two closed buds.

Hundred Leaf Rose

Light blush pink rose with closed bud and partially opened bud.

Pink Cyme Rose

Cymose: The main axis develops a flower at the end, terminated growth. The lateral axis also terminates in a flower. The flower at the end of the main axis opens first, followed by the younger flowers. –Maximum Yield



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