This is a very early piece by Louise Lawler, titled “(Andy Warhol and Other Artists) tulip”.
Abu Hassar held the tulip up to his nose, still saying nothing.
tulip Fever will be directed by Justin Chadwick, who also made The Other Boleyn Girl.
Bonus: repeated (borderline obsessive) references to her nose (she's had two actual surgeries) as "a tulip."
The plant itself is so called from its resemblance to the tulip, both in leaf and flower.
It was not my anxiety about the tulip that has made me ill, but the grief at not seeing you.
Therefore, he who despises the tulip offends God beyond measure.
Of course, without them, he could not have it any more than a dahlia, or a tulip.
Once we have in mind the form of the leaf of the tulip tree, we shall never forget it, for it is different from all other leaves.
It is all one to me to let a bee out of a tulip, or to sweep the cobwebs from the sky.
1570s, via Dutch or German tulpe, French tulipe "a tulip," all ultimately from Turkish tülbent "turban," also "gauze, muslin," from Persian dulband "turban;" so called from the fancied resemblance of the flower to a turban.
Introduced from Turkey to Europe, where the earliest known instance of a tulip flowering in cultivation is 1559 in the garden of Johann Heinrich Herwart in Augsburg; popularized in Holland after 1587 by Clusius. The full form of the Turkish word is represented in Italian tulipano, Spanish tulipan, but the -an tended to drop in Germanic languages, where it was mistaken for a suffix. Tulip tree (1705), a North American magnolia, so called from its tulip-shaped flowers.