Digitally printed quilt fabric panel by Robert Kaufman

The most famous of Renoir’s works was painted in 1876, and is widely considered to be a masterpiece of Impressionism. Held at the Musee d’Orsay in Paris, this painting was displayed at the first Impressionist exhibition ever held. It depicts a Sunday afternoon at the Moulin de la Galette in Montmartre, which was frequently descended upon by many Parisian revellers. The painting gives a sense of the vigor of Parisian life, with couples dancing and girls and boys chatting in the foreground.

Width: 61cm x 112cm wide.

Composition: 100% Cotton.

Best suited for: Craft Cotton is best suited for quilting, dressmaking and bag making.