A delicate spring bouquet of lilacs, tulips, daffodils, bleeding hearts and narcissus, in shades of lavender, purple, yellow, orange, pink, red and green. Lilacs, in particular, are among my favorite flowers, for their delightful scent, hardiness, and lovely form. They especially remind me of my grandmother, Grammy Harper, who loved them, no doubt, for all the same reasons I do. My garden would be bereft without them. This original painting is being offered matted in white and framed in an ornate silver frame.
According to http://symbolism.wikia.com/wiki/Lilac
Lilacs are purple flowers that are associated with the Language of Flowers. This flower is a symbol of the emotions of early love.
The color lilac used to be associated with mourning. Black was worn or used to symbolize a recent death in some European and North American cultures. But after a year of mourning, key mourners, such as the widow, could switch to lilac for clothing, the border on stationary, etc. This is mostly an olde...