The cultivation of Tulip began more than a millennium ago in Persia, which explains why some of the purple Tulip art prints remind us of this part of the world. There are plenty of Damascus tulips celebrated in artwork and both on their own or as a part of a big bouquet, the flowers catch the eye of the audience. Don’t be surprised if they purple Tulip posters become the focal point of attention and your guests will spend a couple of minutes admiring the artwork, before asking additional questions.
Beauty transcends all sorts of borders, including religion and the purple Tulip prints will appeal to both Christians and Muslims. In the Islamic world, these flowers are celebrated for their beauty and vigor, while also being regarded as a holy flower and as a symbol of paradise on earth. This makes purple Tulip paintings an excellent addition for offices and public places, where people from different countries and cultures are likely to interact on many levels.