Delivery from 2nd March
Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1775–1851
The Fighting Temeraire, 1839
© The National Gallery, London
We are taking inspiration from the stunning sunset in Britain's most loved painting, Turner's The Fighting Temeraire. The 98-gun ship played a prominent part in Nelson's victory at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.This striking bouquet includes beautiful Miss Piggy Roses, with orange fading to dusky pink outer petals. Contrasted with the subtle deep blue Eryngium and dark purple Trachelium. The white Bouvardia softens this bouquet like the mists and the ghostly Temeraire in the painting.
These luxury flowers are inspired by the masterpieces housed at the National Gallery. Each bouquet is beautifully arranged by our floral designers exclusively for the National Gallery. Included you will receive a gift card print of the artwork and a National Gallery care guide.
Product Ref: NGF04
Due to seasonal availability of certain flowers from time to time, we may use a substitution.
In cases like this, we will always use the best match with the stem pictured, and it will always be of equal or higher value to the one pictured.
In the rare case that no suitable substitution exists we will make contact with you to find an alternative solution.
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