Marigold | Flower Art Prints
Marigold | Flower Art Prints
Marigold | Flower Art Prints
Marigold | Flower Art Prints
Marigold | Flower Art Prints

Marigold | Flower Art Prints

There is a legend that Mother Mary used marigolds as money and so the Early Christians had a tradition of placing flowers on Mary’s altar as an offering instead of coins. And this is also how marigolds got their name which derived from marygolde.

In India, marigold flowers hold a special place in Hindu culture. They are often used during holy festivals as well as in weddings and religious ceremonies. Marigolds symbolize purity, auspiciousness, and the divine. Their strong fragrance is believed to ward off negativity and evil spirits. 

In Mexico, marigolds are known as 'flor de muertos' (flower of the dead) and play a central role in the annual Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebrations. The bright orange and yellow hues of marigold flowers are thought to attract and guide the spirits of the deceased back to the world of the living. 

In the Victorian Era, the marigold was synonymous with grief, despair and mourning. To the Victorians, the marigold was a remembrance flower.

  • Art is created by stamping the leaves and petals of the flower
  • Two sizes available - 8x10 and 11x14
  • Gicleé printed on 100% archival cotton rag paper
  • All prints are sold unframed
  • Prints are packaged inside clear biodegradable sleeves
  • Made using locally grown flowers
  • Made & Designed In Canada
  • Each print comes with an info card stating the symbolism of the flower/tree

Sale price$35.00
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ONLY SHIPPING AVAILABLE TO CANADA AND THE USA.

Free shipping on all North American orders over $99CAD

All orders are fulfilled and processed within 2-3 business days, not including holidays.

All orders placed on the weekend or holidays will be processed the following business day.

Colours on your screen may differ slightly from the printed product. Differences in monitors and the device you use to view the website will result in subtle differences in colour.

How it's made

Every single print is created by stamping the leaves and petals from the flowers.

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