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Influence:

In the pink is an English idiom that means to be at the peak of health, to be in perfect condition. The expression in the pink to mean to be at the peak of health goes back to the 1500s when the word pink did not refer to a color. At that time, the word pink referred to a certain type of flower called dianthus, still referred to as pinks in the English vernacular, today. Pinks, the flowers, were considered the pinnacle of floral design and so the word pink came to mean anything that was the pinnacle of excellence. Unbelievably, the word pink to mean a color was not used until the end of the 1700s, and not in general use until the 1800s.

This floral still life is my interpretation of such an expression. Each gorgeous bloom leaping up from of a traditional duck egg blue porcelain urn emanating their showy colours and irresistible scents amid a striking pink backdrop.Their perfect form and individual unique characteristics proudly in show assuring us this bouquet is definitely “in the pink”.

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Quality acrylics used giving long lasting rich pigmentation/lustre. Designed on acid free environmentally unbleached cotton duck, triple coated with universal primer, heavy duty stretcher bars were used to reduce warping. Protective Matte Varnish applied. Signed by the artist and ready to hang.

In The Pink

Treena Seymour

AUD$1,370
Size: 101.5w x 101.5h x 4d cms
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Acrylic on stretched canvas

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Influence:

In the pink is an English idiom that means to be at the peak of health, to be in perfect condition. The expression in the pink to mean to be at the peak of health goes back to the 1500s when the word pink did not refer to a color. At that time, the word pink referred to a certain type of flower called dianthus, still referred to as pinks in the English vernacular, today. Pinks, the flowers, were considered the pinnacle of floral design and so the word pink came to mean anything that was the pinnacle of excellence. Unbelievably, the word pink to mean a color was not used until the end of the 1700s, and not in general use until the 1800s.

This floral still life is my interpretation of such an expression. Each gorgeous bloom leaping up from of a traditional duck egg blue porcelain urn emanating their showy colours and irresistible scents amid a striking pink backdrop.Their perfect form and individual unique characteristics proudly in show assuring us this bouquet is definitely “in the pink”.

Specifications:

Quality acrylics used giving long lasting rich pigmentation/lustre. Designed on acid free environmentally unbleached cotton duck, triple coated with universal primer, heavy duty stretcher bars were used to reduce warping. Protective Matte Varnish applied. Signed by the artist and ready to hang.

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