Vase with Yellow Flowers (Final Sale)

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by Hannah Borger Overbeck

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Artist Statement

Painted in 1915 by Hannah Borger Overbeck, these bright, sunny blooms are sure to emit an unrelenting radiance through the darkening days of fall. Drawing inspiration from nature, many of Overbeck’s designs displayed plants and florals in their natural environment. She favored plants in the wild, freshly sprouted stems, and circuitous branches and vines winding out of view. Vase with Yellow Flowers departs from the garden but retains that natural composition with its loosely bunched blooms left to lean haphazardly in an asymmetrical arrangement.

Why We Love It

These unnamed yellow flowers appear to be everyone’s favorite harbinger of autumn: the Chrysanthemum. Mums flourish when most other flora are fading away from September through November. While they blossom in a handful of hues, nothing heralds in the season like one last glimmer of gold. Positioned against a wash of tawny brushstrokes, these petals pack some serious power catching a surge of sunlight so bright we can feel the warmth (or is that the PSL we’re holding?).


+ Limited-edition, exclusive to 20x200
+ Museum quality: archival inks, 100% cotton rag paper unless noted
+ Handcrafted custom-framing is available

Our quoted dimensions are for the size of paper containing the images, not the printed image itself. We do not alter the aspect ratio, nor do we crop or resize the artists’ originals. All of our prints have a minimum border of .5 inches to allow for framing.


Museo Portfolio Rag

Edition Structure:
8"x10" | edition of 10
11"x14" | edition of 150
16"x20" | edition of 50
20"x24" | edition of 10
24"x30" | edition of 5

Hannah Borger Overbeck

Hannah Borger Overbeck was the second of four sisters who established Overbeck Pottery in Cambridge City, Indiana in 1911 with the goal of producing high-quality, handmade ceramics as their primary source of income. Pioneers of their time, the women owned and operated every aspect of their business until the last of their deaths in 1955. While initially studying photography, Hannah Borger Overbeck became a skilled sketch artist and watercolor painter, eventually taking charge of the decorative designs for the pottery studio.
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