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I love this Bella Foster print. Flowery but moody too. There are a limited number available here.
August 25, 20113:58 pm
Oooh I love this! I wish I was a bit richier and could buy it!
August 25, 20115:12 pm
oh wow beautiful!
August 25, 20115:41 pm
So whimsical and gorgeous! xo
August 25, 20115:42 pm
There is another artist really similar to this. Mallory Robin. I love all her stuff. She does some floral paintings like this that are dreamy.
August 25, 20116:58 pm
I was lucky enough to receive this print for a bridal shower present and I adore it!
Jenny @ Hank + Hunt
August 25, 20117:25 pm
I am swooning! I love the colors of this – GORGEOUS!!
August 25, 20118:01 pm
Great colors… I’m going to check out more of her work!
August 25, 20119:31 pm
This is perfect for my living room. I am sure my dad will be thrilled to see this when I have it hang near the front door when he comes in. Both of us loves paintings and artworks.
Hannah @ Smith+Scout
August 26, 201112:21 am
I love the mix of dark in this painting- it makes it not too overwhelmingly floral.
Go Haus Go
August 26, 20118:49 am
Uhm, amazing! That would look so dramatic on my chalkboard wall!
August 26, 20119:09 am
lovely. really bright and bold picture.
August 28, 20112:36 pm
i love this as well. i love the darkness of it and yet it feels whimsical. i saw it on D*S awhile back and i come back to it from time to time for inspiration. love it.
August 30, 20111:41 am
oh thats stunning. love how loose it is.
September 6, 201111:58 pm
I recently bookmarked this print too…it reminds me of Dutch still art from the 17th century. Have you been to the Musee Jaquemart-Andres? It’s lovely…you’d like it.
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