Metropolitan Museum of Art Claude Monet Sunflowers Ballpoint. You’ll also love the artistic designs on these ball pens. They take inspiration in the Impressionist collections at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Similarly, the Impressionist designs of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, include Louis Comfort Tiffany’s Magnolias & Irises. These designs came from a leaded glass window pattern circa 1908. Claude Monet’s pays tribute to his Sunflowers garden at Verneuil, with this design. Each Sunflower ballpoint features gold-plated accents and comes in a beautiful matching gift box.
Metropolitan Museum Sunflowers Ballpoint
Claude Monet (French, 1840―1926) also recognized as the Impressionist par excellence. For more than sixty years, he strove to capture the richness of the world around him. In his vibrant canvases, he explores the changing quality of color and light at different day hours. These times of the day, also take on account the various weather conditions.
The sunflowers also harvested in lush bouquets are featured on this pen. It also reflects the sunflowers flanking the steps that led down to Monet’s garden at Vétheuil. The Sunflowers Monet painting, now exhibited in the Museum’s art collection. In the Impressionist exhibition, where the “brio” of his technique elicited the critic’s admiration. The ball pen also twists to open and close. The refill is also a standard Parker-style ballpoint refill.
Moreover, If you like beauty, you ought to have one of these ballpoints. They will surely reflect your good taste. Besides, you will enjoy your writing for many years to come!