Mug Beach of Saint-Clair
The Beach of Saint-Clair or the Bay of Cavalière, is an oil on canvas painted in 1906-1907 by the French artist Henri-Edmond Cross.
This canvas exudes joy and beauty with its multiple divided paint brushes typical of Post-Impressionism period. This mug particularly takes a detail of the work from the immersive art exhibition "Monet, Renoir ... Chagall, Journeys around the Mediterranean" where the sky, the vegetation and the sea swirl all together.
Material : Ceramic
Dimensions: diameter 8 cm, height 10 cm
Made in Asia, printed in France
Dishwasher and microwave safe.