A white gardenia on a speckled black and white abstract background. As composed and painted by Lowell Nesbitt in 1982. Framed in a silver and gold wood frame. Mr. Nesbitt was best known for gargantuan images of irises, roses, lilies and other flowers, which he often depicted in close-up so that their petals seemed to fill the canvas. In 1980 the United States Postal Service issued four stamps based on Mr. Nesbitt's floral paintings.

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