Virtues Theologales Linen Tea Towel x Louise Bourgeois
Originally created in collaboration with The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and Louise Bourgeois' studio, The Easton Foundation, Third Drawer Down is thrilled to re-release the screen-printed and embroidered Virtues Theologales tea towel. Roughly translated, the petals read: "Loves me, loves me not (passionately, crazily, not at all, with love, a little, a lot..." This functional art piece offers a fun way to dry dishes or an affordable artwork to frame for your walls.
- 100% Linen with embroidery
- 50cm x 70cm
- Gift packaged
Virtues Theologales, 2001.
© The Easton Foundation
About the Artist
French-born American artist Louise Bourgeois (b. 1911, Paris) is internationally renowned for her psychologically charged sculptures, prints and drawings. Despite living in New York from 1938 until her death in 2010, Bourgeois drew much of her inspiration from her time growing up in France. Bourgeois' work used the body to explore complex themes about the human condition, especially love, memory, sexuality and abandonment. Third Drawer Down first collaborated with her for a retrospective at the Tate in 2008.