Paul Cezanne, The Brook Reverse Umbrella

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Weather the storm in style with this full-sized stick umbrella screen-printed on both the inside and outside covers with an adaptation inspired by Paul Cezanne's famous painting The Brook (1895-1900). This painting depicts the valley of the Arc River that runs southeast of Cézanne's home in Aix-en-Provence. Organized patterns of color and brushwork indicate that Cézanne was interested in structuring his visual sensations through directional brushstrokes and patterns of warm and cool colors. He also created a more unified composition by maintaining color intensity throughout, rather than allowing tones to diminish as they fade into the distance.

The Reverse Close Umbrella is uniquely designed to make it easy to get in and out of your car or house door without getting drenched.

It has a manual open/close mechanism and a wood toned plastic handle.

100% Polyester cover

Unbreakable fiberglass ribs with metal shaft.

42-inch diameter when open. Length of 31 inches from handle to tip when closed.

A wonderful coordinating accessory is either Cezanne's The Brook Square Scarf or his Rectanglular Scarf.

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