The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton

The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton
The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton

The Quadrangular Passion Flower (1807) by Robert John Thornton

Size
Frame
Regular price $39.99
/
  • Free shipping on orders over $150!
  • 30 days money back guarantee
  • Responsibly sourced and sustainable materials
  • For every order placed, we plant a tree
  • Delivered within 2 - 5 business days
  • Made in USA
  • Secure payments
  • In stock, ready to ship
  • Inventory on the way
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

About The Artwork
The passionflower carries strong and contrasting flowers such as pink and blue, but from its family tree, we get the delicious passionfruit!  (No, not the Drake song) The print accompanies the lovely flower with a classic pillar from ancient Greek times, combining the tropical botanical findings of Latin America and classic Greek architecture. 


Robert John Thornton
He was a multidisciplinary man; he studied medicine at the University of Cambridge, but he had a vivid interest in botanical studies as that was often the topic of his study.
He went on to develop his interest in botanical studies to the subject of his lectures that he would use to teach at Guy’s Hospital in London; he even wrote two books on the subject.

"A New Illustration of the Sexual System of Carolus Von Linnæus" & ‘’The British Flora’’ are the two of the books he published, and in his books is where we can find the brilliant botanical artwork that we are presenting today.

The works of Robert John Thornton were and remain excellent depictions of the botanical creatures of the world, and even if the main intention of the works were scientific, there is no denying that the works carry a strong artistic value.

- FSC certified poster made on thick and long-lasting matte (uncoated) paper from sustainably managed forests.

- Paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb

- Our wooden frames are produced from natural pine/oak wood. The frames are lightweight and easy to hang.

- Thickness: For Europe 20-25 mm /0.79"–0.98" and for the USA market thickness is 1.9 cm/0.75"

- Shatterproof, transparent plexiglass for the frames.

- Includes hanging kit, to hang in both portrait and landscape orientations.

- For indoor use

-The frame and poster are mounted together.

Stockholm Art House typically ships in 1-5 business days (Mon-Fri). Please know that we are doing our best to get orders out promptly.

Read more about our Shipping Policy

We try to keep returns and exchanges as simple as possible. 

Every Stockholm Art House purchase is made to order and pays an artist. We certainly hope you love your item(s), but if you are experiencing any issues, we're here to help!

• If you receive a delivery, where one of our products is damaged in the delivery, wrong measurements from what you ordered, or does not match your expectations regarding quality, please contact us. We will replace shipping damages or bad-quality artwork. However, we may require proof of image or a detailed description/reason for the complaint in some cases. When approved, we will replace and send you a new product.

• We believe in 100 % customer satisfaction, and that is why we offer all customers a 30-day money-back guarantee on our products. If you are not satisfied with your artwork, you may return the item within 30 days of the order date for a full refund. All our art is produced on-demand with your specific choices. Please check your order thoroughly to avoid environmental impact and resource consumption.

Read more about our Refund Policy

All poster print papers are responsibly sourced and FSC certified from sustainably managed forests.

FSC-Certified Paper? When the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) certifies that a paper is made of responsibly sourced wood fiber

Local production reduces carbon emissions. As a result of local production in 34 markets and reduced transportation distances, we reduce carbon emissions on each order.

Countries we produce products in:
Brazil, Canada, Chile, Mexico, USA, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, South Africa, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Australia, China, India, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea.

On-demand production reduces waste and the use of resources. All products are digitally printed on demand and avoid excess production in landfills.

Our artworks are not mass-produced, and they are timeless. The artworks can be enjoyed by many generations to come.

With One Tree Planted, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we donate a tree for every order you place at Stockholm Art House.

Read more about our Sustainability work at Stockholm Art House

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

More from EUROPEAN
Botanical Garden Number 20 by Elena Kiannu
from $69.99
Botanical Garden Number 1 by Elena Kiannu
from $69.99
La femme fatale (1896) by Georges de Feure
from $39.99
Ornaments (1910) by Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita
from $39.99
Ornamentale boekdrukstempel voor een boekband by Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita
from $39.99
Ornament van schubben by Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita
from $39.99
Recently viewed