Watercolour wallpaper goes beyond the usual abstract watercolour designs that blend and clash along a print. Watercolour flowers and animal designs in bright colours are a top trend right now. And these are some of our latest favourites.
African Orchids by local artist Georgina Taylor makes a bold statement with watercolours, while being highly detailed, too.
Fun fact: Who did watercolour first?
The three English artists credited with establishing watercolor as an independent, mature painting medium are Paul Sandby (1730–1809), often called the “father of the English watercolor”; Thomas Girtin (1775–1802), who pioneered its use for large format, romantic or picturesque landscape painting; and Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851), who created hundreds of superb historical, topographical, architectural, and mythological watercolor paintings.
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