Botanical Watercolor Paintings

Giclée Prints and Originals


From the early 1970ʼs through the mid 1980ʼs I produced a great many botanical studies and flower paintings, which were widely exhibited, including in a number of international botanical art exhibitions. One of the latter was held at the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation in Pittsburgh, PA.

The Institute purchased two original works, studies of winter branches (I began my period of concentration in this genre with an extensive series of watercolor studies of winter buds of trees) of highbush blueberry and red maple for their archives. This put me in a collection that includes such renowned masters in the genre as Albrecht Dürer and Redouté.

My botanical works range in style from rather scientific renderings (as in the pen and ink drawings for my published books) to more interpretive paintings, such as the red peony shown here. These often reflect an Oriental influence – perhaps my most favorite works in the history of art are Japanese screen paintings.

The watercolors shown here (except for pen and drawings done to illustrate my publications, all of my botanical work is done in watercolor) are from a return to painting flowers for an exhibition I was asked to join in two years ago. I would be pleased to forward images from my archives to collectors interested in purchasing original works, many of which are done in hand-bound books made by myself or my wife Laurette.

The original watercolor paintings of the works on this page are available at $3,500.00 each.

Giclée prints are numbered and signed by the artist.

Marsh Marigold

Watercolor by David M. Carroll
Giclée print 27″ x 18″ unmatted $350.00 includes shipping

Marsh Marigold Botanical Watercolor by David M. Carroll

Red Peony

Watercolor by David M. Carroll
Giclée print 33″ x 21″ unmatted $350.00 includes shipping

Red Peony Botanical Watercolor by David M. Carroll


Watercolor by David M. Carroll
Giclée print unmatted 28″ X 19″ $350.00 includes shipping

Waterlily Botanical Watercolor by David M. Carroll