The 7 most amazing tree paintings by numbers

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The tree represents the Great Mother and has a symbolic figuration with very different meanings in different cultures.

The best-known symbolism of the tree is that of life, representing perpetual evolution, always in vertical ascension, rising towards the sky.

We have separated 7 incredible paintings by numbers for tree lovers. The last one is the most beloved of our artists!
#7

The Tree of Life tapestry is one that has been popular for ages. The most well known artist of The Tree of Life wall tapestry is William Morris, who was born in 1834 in Waithamstow, East London.

The Tree of Life is symbolic in nearly every culture, and has deep meaning for many. It is a symbol of both masculinity and femininity, immortality and resurrection. This magnificent work of art symbolizes many things to many people, including growth and continuous life.
Painting by numbers available at the following link:
Tree Of Life by William Morris - World Paint by Numbers™ Kits DIY
#6

This painting by numbers represents all the symbolism of the tree. A woman who gives life to a tree. We can consider that this painting by numbers is the personification of what the tree represents for different cultures. 
Beautiful, isn't it?
Painting by numbers available at the following link:
Woman Tree - World Paint by Numbers™ Kits DIY
#5

The savanna is a mixed forest - grassland ecosystem characterized by the trees being spaced sufficiently so that the canopy does not close. The open canopy allows sufficient light to reach the ground to support a continuous herbaceous layer that consists mainly of grasses.

Being the tree in the savannah of great importance for the maintenance of life in these places.
Painting by numbers available at the following link:
Savanna Tree - World Paint by Numbers™ Kits DIY
#4

Trees are used to represent life and growth in mythologies, legends and novels. Trees are considered representative of life, wisdom, power and prosperity. Philosophers regard trees as observers who witness the evolution of humans and the planet around them. The last tree represented in this painting by numbers can mean the hope that we must always keep.
Painting by numbers available at the following link:
The Last Tree - World Paint by Numbers™ Kits DIY
#3

Some people believe that a heart tree is a tree with a sculpted face that followers of the ancient gods pray, usually within a sacred grove. It is often said that no man can lie in front of a heart tree, as the ancient gods know when men are lying.

And for you, what does the heart tree represent?
Painting by numbers available at the following link:
Purple Heart Tree - World Paint by Numbers™ Kits DIY
#2

The cyclical occurrence of day and night was one of the things that occurred in nature and that was believed to have a specific meaning. While different civilizations had different day and night symbols to record the passage of time, day and night alone were thought to have strong symbolic meanings.

The trees maintain their beauty and grandeur in both stages.
Painting by numbers available at the following link:
Day and Night Tree - World Paint by Numbers™ Kits DIY
#1

Many people believe in the symbolism of the seasons, this picture depicts the phases that the tree goes through according to the seasons.
Spring:
Another transitional season, spring is a time of phenomenal renewal. The earth reawakens from her slumber, and explodes with new life. In our own lives, Spring can be symbolic of starting new projects, sewing new seeds and coming forth with new ideas. This is also a time to contemplate health and physical well-being too. Be refreshed and prepare for your soulful debut!

Summer:
In a word – ‘PARTY!’ And our host is the sun whose presence is fierce and utterly forthright on the scene. Days are longer and the rays of the sun dissolve all shadows in our lives. Summer is a time of light, joviality, expression and wholehearted action.
Autumn:
Autumn is symbolic of the activity inspired by the fire-glow radiance of the changing foliage we see this time of year. This is a time of taking stock of all the bounty and provision we’ve been afforded. A time for itemizing our blessings and recounting our joys.
Winter:
Symbolic winter invites us to quiet the mind, still the soul, and crystallize our inner workings. This is a time to ice skate through winter whites as a means of gaining purity and clarification.
Painting by numbers available at the following link:
Four Seasons Realistic Tree - World Paint by Numbers™ Kits DIY
Which of these paintings and their meanings is your favorite? Let's paint! 

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