Eighteenth century painter and botanist Pierre Redoute is famous for his delicate watercolor illustrations of flowers. As official court artist to Marie Antionette, he painted through the French Revolution and Reign of Terror and later counted Empress Josephine as a patron. He illustrated more than 1,800 species. These four 8 X 10 prints of a peony, rose, jasmine, and cyclamen in the most subtle pinks and white have been digitally enhanced and restored to bring out the depth of color and detail. Giclee canvas prints on fine archival paper. Frames not included.