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Monet Bouquet of Sunflowers Scented Candle

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Description

Sunflowers have been the subject of artistic expression throughout history. This votive set, created expressly for the Museum by one of the worlds oldest candle manufacturers, founded in France in 1734, captures the exuberant colors and subtle fragrances of Monets best-loved bloom. Made by hand in Normandy, this candle is packaged in a gift box that features the image of Bouquet of Sunflowers while the glass holder displays the Monet quote: I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers.

Natural wax with sunflower scent. Made in France. 3 1/2''H; 2'' diam. 45-hour burn time. 6.7 oz.

  • 2'' diam.3 1/2''H
  • Natural wax with sunflower scent
  • Made in France
  • 45-hour burn time
  • 6.7 oz.

Art History

The sunflowers harvested for this lush bouquet grew flanking the steps that led down to Claude Monets (French, 18401926) garden at Vtheuil. He exhibited this painting, now in the Museums collection, in 1882 at the seventh Impressionist exhibition, where the brio and daring of his technique elicited the critics admiration.

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Description

Sunflowers have been the subject of artistic expression throughout history. This votive set, created expressly for the Museum by one of the worlds oldest candle manufacturers, founded in France in 1734, captures the exuberant colors and subtle fragrances of Monets best-loved bloom. Made by hand in Normandy, this candle is packaged in a gift box that features the image of Bouquet of Sunflowers while the glass holder displays the Monet quote: I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers.

Natural wax with sunflower scent. Made in France. 3 1/2''H; 2'' diam. 45-hour burn time. 6.7 oz.





  • 2'' diam.3 1/2''H
  • Natural wax with sunflower scent
  • Made in France
  • 45-hour burn time
  • 6.7 oz.




Art History

The sunflowers harvested for this lush bouquet grew flanking the steps that led down to Claude Monets (French, 18401926) garden at Vtheuil. He exhibited this painting, now in the Museums collection, in 1882 at the seventh Impressionist exhibition, where the brio and daring of his technique elicited the critics admiration.


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