This traditional print is of a pink rose bush branch set on an off white background. Some of the flowers are in full bloom and others are still buds. The main stem is covered with thorns and there are abundant leaves. Pierre Joseph Redoute was a Flemish painter born in 1759. He is regarded as one of the most famous flower painters of all time. He used watercolor and color stipple engraving techniques to capture the beauty of nature. The plain background helps to accentuate the detail in the leaves and petals. Best framed with an Olive colored mat, this print can brighten any small corner of a room.