Bromeliad Art

Bromeliad Art

Our bromeliad art prints are inspired by vintage botanical illustrations from the period 1600 to 1920.
We make them with superb pigmented inks and heavyweight 300gsm German fine art paper made from 100% cotton and spring water.
Bromeliads are incredible plants. Bromeliads were first described by Europeans during Christopher Coumbus's second voyage to the New World in 1493. At least 3,000 species are known and all except one occur only in the Americas. Most collect and store water in their base. Many have beautiful foliage and unusual and highly colored flowers. Did you know the pineapple is a bromeliad?

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Vintage art by William Mackenzie showing a queen pineapple. Did you know a pineapple is a type of br..
US$20.00
Vintage art from Le Jardin Fleuriste by Charles Lemaire showing a bromeliad, Bromelia longifolia. Ch..
US$20.00
Vintage art from Le Jardin Fleuriste by Charles Lemaire showing a bromeliad, the Brazilian Vase Plan..
US$20.00
Vintage botanical art by Sir Joseph Paxton showing The Thyrse Like Billbergia Bromeliad (Billbergia ..
US$20.00
Vintage art by Edward Step showing a Bromeliad (Aechmea fulgens) from Brazil. This Brazilian specie..
US$20.00
Vintage art by Edward Step showing an Karatas scheremetiewi bromeliad from Brazil. This bromeliad h..
US$20.00
Vintage botanical art by Sir Joseph Paxton showing The Long Leaved Bromeliad (Billbergia longifolia)..
US$20.00
Vintage botanical art by Sir Joseph Paxton showing Morel Billbergia Bromeliad (Billbergia moreliana)..
US$20.00
Vintage art by Edward Step showing a Bromeliad (Tillandsia splendens). This print illustrates the B..
US$20.00
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