Works by Vincent van Gogh, Sandro Botticelli and Eugene Boudin will now feature on a range of accessories.

The National Gallery signs Paul Bristow for bags, purses and more

The National Gallery Company tapped homewares specialist, Paul Bristow Associates to develop a new range of bags, purses and kitchen textiles featuring iconic National Gallery images.

The collection will feature some of the Gallery’s best known works by the likes of Sandro Botticelli, Vincent van Gogh, Richard Parkes Bonington and Eugene Boudin.

The new line will include wash bags featuring two sets of images and luxury tote wash bags with leather handles.

The collection will debut at this year’s Top Drawer exhibition, taking place in London’s Olympia this month and will be available in the National Gallery shops, in-store and online.

Judith Mather, buying and merchandise director at the National Gallery Company, said: “The success of our relationship with Paul Bristow Associates has shown what could be achieved with a bespoke high quality range.

“Their expertise in production and manufacturing is a great asset and we are looking forward to seeing our customers reaction to this wonderful range of products.”

Matthew Bennett, sales and marketing director at Paul Bristow Associates, added: “We are delighted to be able to transition our long-standing relationship with the National Gallery from supplier to licensee and to be able to bring to the market a beautiful range of products which are incredibly fresh and different.”

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