Delivery from 24th January
Louis-Léopold Boilly, 1761–1845
A Girl at a Window, about 1799
© The National Gallery, London
This stunning monochrome bouquet is inspired by Boilly's A Girl at a Window painting. In this painting the girl is wearing in a white dress and a bonnet and is sitting on a stone window ledge. The picture was painted almost entirely in tones of black, grey and white, intended to look like a monochrome print. We have included Avalanche roses and black calla lilies to illustrate the monochrome effect and to highlight the superb black chalk rendition of the portrait. We have used white British Stocks to highlight the open window and lighter shades delicately articulated in the painting.
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: NGF15
Due to seasonal availability of certain flowers from time to time, we may use a substitution.
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