Designed exclusively for the National Gallery, this extremely soft, faux suede cushion features a striking Lion’s head detail from Albrecht Dürer‘s painting, Saint Jerome.
Saint Jerome, is the work that inspired Michael Landy to create one of the seven large-scale sculptures displayed at the National Gallery’s, Michael Landy: Saints Alive Exhibition, 23 May – 24 November 2013. Recreating them in spectacular fashion as large-scale moving sculptures.
Handmade in the UK, this cushion is printed on one side, with a beige reverse.
Care instructions: Fully machine washable at 30°C.
|Dimensions||45 x 45 cm|
|Care||Fully machine washable at 30°|
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