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Luncheon on the Grass Cross Stitch Chart - Edouard Manet

$9.97

Regular and Large print chart included

Pattern Keeper compatible

This fine-art cross stitch design, Luncheon on the Grass, was developed from a painting done in 1862-1863 by French artist Edouard Manet who is defined forever as one of the world's greatest artists. It is a painting of a nude female and a scantily dressed female bather having a picnic with two fully dressed men. It was a very controversial painting at the time because it illustrated the rampant prostitution in Paris, and was rejected by The Salon in 1863. Manet, however, exhibited it in the 1863 Salon des Refusés where it sparked public notoriety and earned Manet much media attention. It resides at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris.

This chart is available in two formats - regular and large print. Once you make your purchase you will have access to both.

If you would like to see the floss list before buying a chart just click on this link - FLOSS LIST - to view the floss list.

Advanced cross stitch instructions and a floss amount conversion chart are included in the pattern.

We guarantee our charts 100%. If you are not happy with your purchase please send us a message.

This chart is a Digital Download. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is a free program, to read and print out the file. If you don't have Acrobat Reader CLICK HERE to download. After your purchase is complete you will receive an e-mail with instructions to download your file. You will also have access to the download file when you are logged into your Serenity Stitchworks account.

Design Size:
360w x 279h stitches

Types of Stitches:
Full stitches only, no half or quarter stitches, no backstitching

Level of Difficulty:
Advanced

Sewn Design Size:
14 count: 25.71 x 19.93 inches - 653mm x 506mm
18 count: 20.00 x 15.50 inches - 508mm x 394mm
20 count: 18.00 x 13.95 inches - 457mm x 354mm
22 count: 16.36 x 12.68 inches - 416mm x 322mm

Fabric size necessary for design:
Add six inches to both length and width (3" on each side)

Number of floss colors in the design: 75 (DMC cotton floss) No blended colors.

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Regular and Large print chart included

Pattern Keeper compatible

This fine-art cross stitch design, Luncheon on the Grass, was developed from a painting done in 1862-1863 by French artist Edouard Manet who is defined forever as one of the world's greatest artists. It is a painting of a nude female and a scantily dressed female bather having a picnic with two fully dressed men. It was a very controversial painting at the time because it illustrated the rampant prostitution in Paris, and was rejected by The Salon in 1863. Manet, however, exhibited it in the 1863 Salon des Refusés where it sparked public notoriety and earned Manet much media attention. It resides at the Musée d'Orsay in Paris.

This chart is available in two formats - regular and large print. Once you make your purchase you will have access to both.

If you would like to see the floss list before buying a chart just click on this link - FLOSS LIST - to view the floss list.

Advanced cross stitch instructions and a floss amount conversion chart are included in the pattern.

We guarantee our charts 100%. If you are not happy with your purchase please send us a message.

This chart is a Digital Download. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is a free program, to read and print out the file. If you don't have Acrobat Reader CLICK HERE to download. After your purchase is complete you will receive an e-mail with instructions to download your file. You will also have access to the download file when you are logged into your Serenity Stitchworks account.

Design Size:
360w x 279h stitches

Types of Stitches:
Full stitches only, no half or quarter stitches, no backstitching

Level of Difficulty:
Advanced

Sewn Design Size:
14 count: 25.71 x 19.93 inches - 653mm x 506mm
18 count: 20.00 x 15.50 inches - 508mm x 394mm
20 count: 18.00 x 13.95 inches - 457mm x 354mm
22 count: 16.36 x 12.68 inches - 416mm x 322mm

Fabric size necessary for design:
Add six inches to both length and width (3" on each side)

Number of floss colors in the design: 75 (DMC cotton floss) No blended colors.

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