Delivery from 6th January
Paul Gauguin, 1848–1903
Bowl of Fruit and Tankard before a Window, about 1890
© The National Gallery, London
One of Gauguin’s favourite paintings was Cézanne’s Still life with Compotier and Apple, which he acquired for his own collection in around 1880. This still life is a homage to that painting and repeats many of its elements. Our florists have paired a glorious and special selection of blooms and dried fruit to represent this masterpiece. like, Brown Hypericum symbolises the deep brown colours of the table. The shadows of the buildings in the background, Copper Eryngium takes the hues from the oranges and Green Carnations represent the green shades in the apples and pears. This hatbox is finished off with Orange Roses, Dried Orange slices, Dried lemon slices, Green Apple, and Dried white Mandarin and Rosemary.
These luxury flowers are inspired by the masterpieces housed at the National Gallery. Each bouquet is beautifully arranged by our floral designers exclusively for the National Gallery. Included you will receive a gift card print of the artwork and a National Gallery care guide.
Product Ref: NGHB01
Due to seasonal availability of certain flowers from time to time, we may use a substitution.
In cases like this, we will always use the best match with the stem pictured, and it will always be of equal or higher value to the one pictured.
In the rare case that no suitable substitution exists we will make contact with you to find an alternative solution.
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