he first woman to join the Impressionist circle, Berthe Morisot (1841-95) shared the Impressionists' fascination with iridescent light. Her delicate, feathery brushstroke technique, however, owed more to the influence of h her early teacher, Corot. The subject matter of her work focused on quiet family scenes of women and children, for which she shared an affinity with her contemporary, Mary Cassatt.
These outstanding sticker images of 16 of her finest works include On the Balcony, At the Ball, The Cradle, The Mother and Sister of the Artist, Julie with a Doll, Eugène Manet and His Daughter in the Garden, Little Girl Reading and nine other charming works. These beautiful reproductions will add a colorful decorative touch to letters, notes, gift packages and other flat surfaces.
The stickers are made with acid-free inks, paper and adhesives.