Six paintings from The National Gallery have been printed on bags.

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March 16, 2020

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The National Gallery Company has announced its recent license with British lifestyle brand Signare. The accessories range features six paintings that are housed in the National Gallery collection.

“It’s an absolute pleasure to launch this special range with the world-famous National Gallery,” says Cindy Qiu, creative director, Signare. “Licensing artwork with prestigious brands is something that we take great pride in and is the perfect way to support the artists and their timeless pieces. We strongly believe that art lovers around the world will enjoy every item from this collection and will continue to celebrate the existence of these monumental paintings together with Signare and National Gallery!”

The collection comprises 10 tapestry bags and cushions, showcasing Van Gogh’s “A Wheatfield with Cypresses” and Bosschaert’s “A Still Life of Flowers in a Wan-Li Vase,” which launched in select international gift shops and online at SignareTapestry.com in September 2019. From February 2020, four additional images – Monet’s “Water-Lily Pond,” Stubbs’ “Whistlejacket” and Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers” and “Long Grass with Butterflies” – were introduced, with added expansion into additional product ranges.

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