You may not have noticed it before, but some of your favorite paintings feature umbrellas. Now you can recreate your favorite paintings with a quick visit to our online umbrella shop! We'll show you how to do it.
The Singing Butler by Jack Vettriano
A more recent painting, this beautiful piece came out in 1992 and has been popular ever since. It features an elegant couple dancing on a beach while a maid and butler protect them from the elements with two black umbrellas. You'll just need a few of your friends and two of our black umbrellas to make this one happen.
A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat
Finished in 1886, this painting is often held up as the ideal example of pointillism, the process of painting using only dots of colors to create light, shadow, and color. To bring this one to life, you'll need a crowded park on a sunny day, some friends, and a variety of umbrellas in red, blue, white and yellow. Fortunately, we have you covered.
The Umbrellas by Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Impressionist Renoir is well-known for his gorgeous paintings of Parisian life, many of which featured people carrying umbrellas. This painting focused on the topic, with at least eight black umbrellas carried in the street scene. You'll need those black umbrellas from our online shop, a busy street, a couple cute kids, a lot of fancy black clothing and a picnic basket to pull this one off.
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