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Bird of Paradise Flower Art

With their vast array of beautiful, vivid color, and unique shape the bird of paradise flowers often inspire artists to produce magnificent bird of paradise flower art work. Also known as crane flowers, they are indigenous to South Africa and the flowers resemble a colorful bird in flight, from which it receives its name. The flower itself was discovered in 1772 by Scottish botanist, Francis Masson and comes in different colors.

Its unusually beautiful shape makes the flower a popular symbol of paradise and it represents joyfulness. Sydemham Edwards’ Bird of Paradise I and Bird of Paradise II bird of paradise flower illustrations resemble a bird about to take off in flight. Other popular bird of paradise flower artworks include artists Ron Jenkins, Rosemarie Standford, Vivien Rhyen and Paul Brent.

Bird of Paradise Flower Prints

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Exotic Flower III
by Chris Paschke
18" x 18"
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Tropical Bird of Paradise
by Timothy O'Toole
20" x 26"
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Vivid Birds of Paradise II
by Jennifer Parker
18" x 24"
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Exotic Flower IV
by Chris Paschke
18" x 18"
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Bird of Paradise
by Ron Jenkins
16" x 20"
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Tropical Botanical Paradise II
by Timothy O'Toole
18" x 24"
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Tropical Botanical Paradise I
by Timothy O'Toole
18" x 24"
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Bird of Paradise 2
by Rick Novak
18" x 18"
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Jardin Eterno 1
by Daniela Fedele
24" x 20"
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Watercolor Tropical Flowers III
by Timothy O'Toole
20" x 26"
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Tropical Watercolor II
by Tamara Robinson
16" x 20"
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Tropical Watercolor
by Tamara Robinson
16" x 20"
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Birds Of Paradise
by Joanne Porter
14" x 21"
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Vivid Birds of Paradise I
by Jennifer Parker
18" x 24"
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Bird of Paradise 1
by Rick Novak
18" x 18"
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Bird-of-Paradise Flower, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia
by David Wall / Danita Delimont
26" x 17"
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Tropical Lush II on Blue
by Silvia Vassileva
8" x 24"
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Botanical Birds of Paradise
by Kathleen Parr McKenna
12" x 16"
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Bird of Paradise
by J.D. McFarlan
20" x 16"
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Dramatic Bird of Paradise
by Timothy O'Toole
20" x 26"
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Tropical Vase I
by Stellar Design Studio
15" x 21"
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Bird of Paradise Panel I
by Diannart
6" x 18"
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Bird of Paradise Panel II
by Diannart
6" x 18"
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Bird of Paradise I
by Diannart
12" x 12"
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Bird of Paradise II
by Diannart
12" x 12"
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Bird of Paradise I
by Vivien Rhyan
18" x 18"
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Salsa
by Beverly Dyer
13" x 13"
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Sun Kissed IV
by Yvette St. Amant
12" x 12"
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Bird Of Paradise - Mini
by Paul Brent
8" x 20"
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Paradise 2
by Graeme Stevenson
16" x 20"
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Exotic Bouquet
by Barbara Mock
12" x 16"
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Tropical Treasures II
by Barbara Mock
16" x 16"
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Radiant Supreme
by Carissa Luminess
12" x 17"
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Bird Of Paradise Tile IV
by Jason Higby
18" x 18"
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Bird Of Paradise
by Paul Brent
12" x 36"
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Flowers have long been used in artwork throughout history as they all have different meanings such as roses for love, snowdrops for courage, lilies for death and gardenias for fragility. Flowers are considered to be one of nature’s gifts and they often portray messages with the grace of their petals. Art keenly illustrates the different meanings to people through bird of paradise flower art prints.

Many artists used flowers at the forefront of their work, exploring their curves and hues through their own unique styles. Some used incredible still-life scenes, with blossoms so strong and expressive that they almost reach out at you from the canvas. Many used flowers or their bird of paradise prints to show the meaning of different scenes in their work.
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