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The orchid in this artwork is taken from the vintage botanical print by Sarah Ann Drake. I have designed backgrounds and ornate embellishments as backdrops and accents to her beautiful orchid painting.
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If you need help with customization or have any questions contact me using the link provided above. More about the artist: Sarah Ann Drake (24 July 1803 Skeyton, Norfolk – 9 July 1857 ) was an English botanical illustrator. Born in 1803, she came from the same area of Norfolk as John Lindley, and in 1830 moved into the Lindley home in London. She appears to have had a number of roles in the Lindley home, including that of governess, but eventually she took up botanical art, gradually taking over from Lindley the illustration of his botanical publications. In 1847 she returned to Norfolk to care for elderly relatives. In 1852 she married John Sutton Hastings. She died in 1857, putatively from diabetes, but it has been speculated that she may suffered from cumulative poisoning from her painting materials.