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The Metropolitan Museum of Art Logo Black Travel Tote Umbrella

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Price: $25.00
Member Price: $22.50

Item# 80-006444 







Description

Our stylish mini umbrella is based on The Metropolitan Museum of Arts timeless shopping bag design. As fresh as when it first appeared in the late 1970s, the eye- catching shopping bag has become an American icon. Over one million bags are printed every year, making it one of the most visible symbols of the largest repository of art in the Western hemisphere.

Polyester. Steel/aluminum/fiberglass frame. Automatic open and manual close. Folded 5 1/2''L. Canopy 37''W.

  • Polyester
  • Automatic open and manual close
  • Steel/aluminum/fiberglass frame
  • Canopy 37''WFolded 5 1/2''L

Art History

Rudolph de Harak's (American, 19242002) award-winning design for the Museum's shopping bag was introduced at the opening of the new Art Publication Center, now referred to simply as "the bookshop," off the Museum's Great Hall. The shopping bag commemorates a merchandising tradition dating back as far as the existence of the Museum itself. When the doors opened at its first, temporary location in 1872, the Museum was already selling reproductions of its newly acquired Old Master paintings.

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Description

Our stylish mini umbrella is based on The Metropolitan Museum of Arts timeless shopping bag design. As fresh as when it first appeared in the late 1970s, the eye- catching shopping bag has become an American icon. Over one million bags are printed every year, making it one of the most visible symbols of the largest repository of art in the Western hemisphere.

Polyester. Steel/aluminum/fiberglass frame. Automatic open and manual close. Folded 5 1/2''L. Canopy 37''W.





  • Polyester
  • Automatic open and manual close
  • Steel/aluminum/fiberglass frame
  • Canopy 37''WFolded 5 1/2''L




Art History

Rudolph de Harak's (American, 19242002) award-winning design for the Museum's shopping bag was introduced at the opening of the new Art Publication Center, now referred to simply as "the bookshop," off the Museum's Great Hall. The shopping bag commemorates a merchandising tradition dating back as far as the existence of the Museum itself. When the doors opened at its first, temporary location in 1872, the Museum was already selling reproductions of its newly acquired Old Master paintings.


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