FLAMING PARROT

$1,500.00$4,200.00

Custom sizes are also available. Please call 1-800-928-9098 for availability and pricing.

Although tulips are usually associated with Holland and the cut flower industry, tulips are actually native to Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan and Central Asia. In the 16th century, tulips were brought to Europe where their popularity quickly soared. By 1634, tulips became a form of currency and sparked a tulip frenzy. During this period known as tulip mania, some tulips were fetching prices equivalent to 20 times the salary of an average worker. The market suddenly crashed within a few years, creating what some economists consider the first economic “bubble.”

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Limited Edition Fine Art on Archival Canvas
Collector’s Edition limited to 12 | Silver Edition limited to 100
  • Museum quality reproduction: archival pigments and hand stretched archival canvas
  • Canvas is UV coated which make this artwork perfect for lobbies or sunny areas
  • Limited Edition Fine Art on Archival Canvas
  • Custom framed in a museum-style floating frame made from sustainable woods
  • Sizes shown include framing
  • Editions are strictly limited. Please read more here.
  • Includes a serial plate and certificate of authenticity
  • Arrives ready to hang
  • All prices include insured FedEx shipping within the United States; nominal fee for international shipping
  • Please allow up to 3 weeks for U.S. shipping; longer for overseas packages
  • Reproduced in the USA
Limited Edition Fine Art on Polished Aluminum
Platinum Edition limited to 12 impressions | Silver Metal Edition limited to 100 impressions
  • Eco-friendly: Produced using an eco-friendly process with sustainable materials
  • Ultra-hard scratch-resistant surface is waterproof/weatherproof and can be cleaned easily with water
  • Editions are strictly limited. Please read more here.
  • Platinum and Silver Metal Editions arrive ready to hang
  • Can be drop shipped to the recipient of your choice
  • Free shipping within the United States; nominal fee for international shipping
  • Please allow up to 2 weeks for U.S. shipping; longer for overseas packages
  • Reproduced in the USA
Limited Edition Fine Art on Archival Paper
Silver Archival Edition limited to 100 impressions
  • Museum quality reproduction: archival pigments on acid free museum quality archival paper
  • Smooth tone, brilliant color and detail and deep rich blacks. Our process yields unparalleled color gamut and image stability
  • Editions are strictly limited. Please read more here.
  • Signed on the image and includes a certificate of authenticity
  • Shipped in a flat container ready to be framed in your frame
  • All prices include insured FedEx shipping within the United States; nominal fee for international shipping
  • Please allow up to 3 weeks for U.S. shipping; longer for overseas packages
  • Reproduced in the USA

Read what art critics Ann Landi and John Mendelsohn say.

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Special gift-boxed Desksize 8″ x 10″ polished aluminum pieces with a custom display stand available exclusively through The Wynn Las Vegas. Please call 702-770-3413 for availability.

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David Leaser is recognized as one of the world's leading fine art photographers and has won more awards than any living botanical photographer. His works hand in museums and galleries around the world, and in beautiful homes like yours.

"In his images, David creates fantastic, contemporary signs from nature's own high style. They become vibrant, nearly abstract mandalas."

- John Mendelsohn, art critic for Artnet