Tea Towel: Berthe Morisot, White Flowers in a Bowl, 1885
Manufacturer: NGV design store
Dimensions: 65xm x 45cm
Care Instructions: Cold delicate machine wash
This tea towel was designed for the NGV design store in celebration of Incomparable Impressionism from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Incomparable Impressionism from The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston provides the rare opportunity to see a significant grouping of Impressionist masterworks in Houston, featuring works by Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Camille Pissarro, Mary Cassatt and more. French Impressionism charts the trajectory of the late-nineteenth century artistic movement, highlighting the key milestones and figures at the center of this period of experimentation and revolution in modern art.
White Flowers in a Bowl (detail), 1885
Oil on canvas
46 x 55 cm
Bequest of John T. Spaulding
Reproduced with permission.
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