This print is created in an art workshop, signed, numbered and limited to 150 prints, from an original botanical watercolor of raspberrie bush or " bramble of Mount Ida ". It represents raspberries that should be, according to legend, white fruit ; but the nymph Ida, daughter of the king of Crete and nurse of Zeus wanted to pick a raspberry to soothe the sorrow of it. She pricked her breast with raspberry thorns and fruit then took a blood red hue.
Harvested from the Neolithi , cultivated since the early Middle Ages, they were used mainly as food.
Wild raspberries are from the mountain areas of Europe.