Poppy Anemone (Red) | Flower Art Prints
Poppy Anemone (Red) | Flower Art Prints
Poppy Anemone (Red) | Flower Art Prints
Poppy Anemone (Red) | Flower Art Prints

Poppy Anemone (Red) | Flower Art Prints

National Flower for Palestine | Resilience | Heritage | The Fragility of Life

The poppy anemone are wild field flowers in Palestine, creating abundant carpets of red over the landscape during the spring months. The poppy symbolizes the relationship of exchange and reciprocity between the Palestinians’ life and the land of Palestine, where the peoples’ bodies give life to the land.

They were referred to by Jesus as the lilies of the field in His sermon on the mount, as they still grow wild near the Lake of Galilee. Among Palestinians it is often considered a symbol and memorial to martyrs due to its blood-red colour; the flower and its stem contains all four colours of the Palestinian flag, red, white, green and black. 

Different regions of Palestine have adopted their own names for the flower; in the north, it is called Hannoun, Arabic for "passionate", and in the south, shakik, meaning “brother”.

$5 from every sale of this print will be donated to World Central Kitchen.

  • 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

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