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Watercolour and ink vibrant painting of pink Teddy Bear Bernadette sitting among the girls in the famous painting by henri de Toulouse-Lautrec “Le... more
60" Diameter Not Including Tassles
Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.
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Round Beach Towel
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Watercolour and ink vibrant painting of pink Teddy Bear Bernadette sitting among the girls in the famous painting by henri de Toulouse-Lautrec “Le Salon rue Des Moulins”. Truffle McFurry tells the story: “ Hello everybody! I am not sure I have ever told you about Bearnadette, our lovely pink bear... Anyway, the other day Miki was showing her paintings from Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, as we were in his museum recently in Albi. And as Bearnadette saw the one with the Madames in The Salon Rue des Moulins, she said: "It is so beautiful, I want to be there too!" Now, Miki told her that it is a very special place... not really for Teddy Bears... why not, I don't know myself, but Miki did not want to tell... Bearnadette insisted, and this when Miki got a great idea for our new project "Go teddy!". If you want to know about the idea, check her post there! https://goteddy.me/…/bearnadette-in-the-salon-rue-des-moul…/ "
Miki, a long short story... Miki is a professional French artist, born in the Pyrenees, Her works have been sold and published worldwide. Her painting is a reflection of her life: a permanent oscillation between light and shadow, lines and shapes, times and places, always looking for that equilibrium which she can only find in continuous movement, in the mysterious and the unknown. A life divided between two passions: mathematics and painting. The first as a supreme form of abstract art ruling her universe... The second as a way of cementing the beauty of that art. Miki, about herself: "... Passionate. Impatient. Unappeasable, uncontrollable! I prefer dancing on a volcano rather than to sit at home! I love the...