MCINTOSH - BONE CHINA  MUG TEA WITH LID
MCINTOSH - BONE CHINA  MUG TEA WITH LID
MCINTOSH - BONE CHINA  MUG TEA WITH LID
MCINTOSH - BONE CHINA  MUG TEA WITH LID
MCINTOSH - BONE CHINA  MUG TEA WITH LID
MCINTOSH - BONE CHINA  MUG TEA WITH LID
MCINTOSH - BONE CHINA  MUG TEA WITH LID
MCINTOSH - BONE CHINA  MUG TEA WITH LID

MCINTOSH

MCINTOSH - BONE CHINA MUG TEA WITH LID

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MCINTOSH - BONE CHINA MUG TEA WITH LID

  • Fine bone china.
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe.
  • Includes: Tea Mug with stainless steel infuser & lid and an attractive keepsake gift box.
  • Approx. 4.5" high. 
  • Holds approx. 450 ml or 15.2 oz.

Vincent van Gogh            (1853-1890)

Van Gogh’s paintings provide a scintillating, vivid view of casual scenes and subjects. Visually unique in his time, Van Gogh’s work went unappreciated during his life but has since become among the most recognizable and beloved art in the world

 

Lawren S. Harris (1885-1970)

More than just a founding member of the Group of 7 art movement, Harris is credited with encouraging his fellow artists to go further into nature and into themselves in the development of their work. Harris’s art distinctively features winter landscapes with an emphasis on blocking, form and a streamlined colour pallet.

Gustav Klimt                      (1862-1918)

Merging images of the metaphysical and erotic, Klimt is a leading artist of the Art Nouveau era. In paintings from his Golden Period, Klimt ventures beyond iconographic images to art that exceeds spatial and temporal constraints.

Robert Bateman

Robert Bateman’s realistic painting style, featuring wildlife in its habitat, encourages the viewer to closely observe the natural world. Besides being one of Canada’s best-known artists, he is a naturalist, recognized by the Audubon Society as one of the 20th century’s “heroes of conservation”. He is a spokesman for many environmental and preservation issues, using his art to raise millions of dollars for these causes.