A testament of simplistic architectural beauty. The arched niche with its elegant curvature draws the eye deeper into the scene. Within its recesses, antiquated earthenware pots, one holding dried lavender. Lavender has been used for more than 2,500 years for fragrances, therapeutics, and cooking and as an ornamental shrub so adds to the feeling of historical beauty to the scene. This painting celebrates the intricate interplay between human craftsmanship and the artistry found in everyday objects. Framed in Tasmanian oak float frame. Available exclusively from Bluethumb Art.