Wide Art Bangles by Museum Reproductions
These 1 1/4" wide bangle bracelets are inspired by famous works of art and antiquities. Available in seven styles:
Renoir Anemones: Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) loved painting from nature, and enjoyed experimenting with limited color ranges. Renoir’s contrasting brush strokes in this painting give the flowers and background an irregular and lively look which is characteristic in several of his paintings.
Tiffany Rose Window: Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) was a trailblazer in decorative arts using stained glass during the Art Nouveau period. This bracelet features a detail of one of his famous leaded glass rose windows.
Tiffany Wisteria: Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) was a trailblazer in decorative arts using stained glass during the Art Nouveau period. This bracelet features a detail of his purple Wisteria transom panels.
Hokusai Cherry Blossom: Adapted from Katsushika Hokusai’s woodblock print series Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji. Goten-yama, on the outskirts of Edo, was one of the most popular locations in the city for cherry blossom viewing parties, not only because of the beauty of the flowers but because of the spectacular view of the bay behind them and Mount Fuji in the distance.
Hokusai Wave: This print is by far the most famous image in all of Japanese art in the eyes of the world. The majestic curve of the towering wave has inspired hundreds if not thousands of later artists. No other single image so evokes the beauty and terror of nature.
Hokusai Phoenix: Adapted from Katsushika Hokusai’s eight panel folding screen Phoenix, representing new life and new birth, a mystical bird that rises from the ashes.
Strawberry Thief: England ca. 1883. British textile designer, writer and artist William Morris(1834-1896) created patterns for textiles, wallpapers, and tapestries, which were released through Morris & co. This bracelet is inspired by his strawberry thief pattern which was a block print on cotton.
Gold plated brass and epoxy. To extend the life of your bangle, refrain from showering while wearing these pieces.
Museum Reproductions has been creating jewelry for the gift store industry since 1969. The designs are influenced by jewelry and artwork found in museums around the world. They work hand in hand with museums, curators and other creators to make new pieces regularly. All their pieces ship with information about the inspiration behind the piece.
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