Raphael Room Umbrella (Blue)

The pattern on this umbrella is pulled from one of the many Baroque silk fabrics that Isabella Stewart Gardner hung on the walls of the Raphael room. Its elongated, flowing design is typical of late 17th and early 18th century formal, floral furnishing fabrics.

These same fabrics of Spanish and Italian origin once adorned the walls of the drawing room in Isabella Stewart Gardner's home at 152 Beacon Street in Boston's Back Bay.

This compact umbrella features an auto open button on the base, a snap closure with the Museum's name printed on it, a nylon strap for easy carrying, and a coordinating bag to keep your umbrella dry. 

11 x 1.5 inches when collapsed
21 x 39 inches when opened