Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Met 'Cloisters Garden' 36" Square Silk Scarf
This lush botanical print unites a selection of plant studies (ca. 1510–1515) by the Master of Claude de France, whose spectacular book at The Met Cloisters belongs to what's been called “the last flowering” of northern European manuscript illumination in the medieval tradition.
The French artist immortalized garden variety flora, from the blackberry to the marigold, in witness to their beauty. Each of the flowers in this magnificent manuscript can be found in the gardens at The Cloisters.
Gift yourself or a friend an art-inspired floral scarf.