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Peony Meaony Miney Moi

The New York Botanical Garden

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In traditional Chinese and Japanese art, peonies broadly represent both female beauty, as well as wealth and status. Western poets use peony blossoms to evoke spring, ephemeral beauty and fleeting infatuation.
I photographed these eight fanciful Peonies at The New York Botanical Garden.

All of my fine art prints are of the highest quality – Printed on Premium Luster or 100% Cotton Paper with archival pigment ink and conservation framing. I personally print & sign each piece.

• Print size – 3.5″ x 5.5″
• Frame size – 23″ x 18.5″
• Framed with black wood
• Printed on Premium Luster paper with archival pigment ink

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All images are the property of Diane Dua and are protected under United States and International copyright law. The photographs may not be reproduced, stored, or manipulated without the written permission of the photographer.
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