The Orchid Garden, Singapore

£285.00 GBP

I created this print inspired by the National Orchid Garden within the complex that houses the Singapore Botanic Gardens. I used to live close by and I would take my son for walks there and I loved watching the early morning Tai Chi.

The Garden comprises over three hectares of beautifully landscaped gardens which house over 1000 species of Orchid and 2000 hybrid species. The octagonal gazebo known as The Banstand is a favourite wedding photo spot and an iconic landmark of the Gardens.

The Vanda Miss Joaquim (Papilionanthe Miss Joaquim) is probably the Orchid that most of us recognise; this hybrid orchid was selected as Singapore’s national flower in 1981. But perhaps less known, but no less significant, is the fact that Singapore used to be home to more than 220 species of native orchids. For the past two decades, the Singapore Botanic Gardens has been propagating ‘lost’ species, and reintroducing them to the landscape.

Please note, The Orchid Garden, Singapore is the left panel of a larger 3-panel painting - The Botanic Gardens, Singapore.

The Botanic Gardens Fine Art Edition Print is also available.

Signed by the Artist and printed on German Hahnemühle 310gsm Etching paper.
Size: 70 x 59.4cm
Edition of 250


The print is wrapped in crisp white tissue paper and rolled in a presentation tube with a gift tag attached with Clare Haxby Studio Ribbon.
Each print is embossed with the Clare Haxby Studio Authentic Edition stamp and has its own unique edition number.
Inside the tube is a framing pack with extra labels to go on the back of your frame.


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*Print does not include frame. For styling purposes only.

Clare is a British Contemporary Artist who creates original mixed media paintings and signed edition prints of architectural landmarks. Clare’s prints have a global following and hang in collector’s homes around the world. Collectors include embassies, diplomats and international banks.

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