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French Impressionist Pillow

ITEM: FA4155
$69.00 Now $19.95 Save 71%
The artist whose work is on this pillow, Berthe Morisot, is now one of the most prized at art auctions
Want to know the female artist whose work has commanded the most money ever at auction, according to The Wall Street Journal? Berthe Morisot (1841-1895), a leading French Impressionist artist, and a painter on a par with her contemporary Monet. Her painting, After Lunch, sold for $10.9 million at an auction in February 2013.

Through our partnership with the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., we’ve captured her 1885 painting The Cage on this pillow...and for much less. Plush and vibrant, the pillow shows the full glory of the artist’s green and gold palette and features a magazine pocket in back. Your purchase helps to support the Museum, which receives a portion of all sales.
  • Created in collaboration with Kevin O’Brien Studios, one of America’s premier pillow designers
  • Cotton with a cotton velvet back and cording
  • Magazine pocket in back
  • A story label tucks inside the pocket
  • 14W x 5D x 17 1/2H
  • Polyfill
  • A portion of sales benefits the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.

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When you purchase this Levenger Partnering for Good product, know that you're doing good in the world for readers. Through this program, we support the libraries, museums and other cherished institutions that nurture reading.
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