Fulton – the UK’s leading umbrella manufacturer and Royal Warrant Holder – under licence with the National Gallery Company, are delighted to reveal their most artistic collection of umbrellas to date, paying homage to some of the most iconic and breath-taking paintings.
The National Gallery range features printed designs of favourite paintings to brighten any gloomy day, including the likes of Vincent van Gogh’s A Wheatfield with Cypresses (1889), Claude Monet’s The Water-Lily Pond (1899) and William Turner’s The Fighting Temeraire (1839).
Printed across a range of Fulton’s iconic styles, art lovers will appreciate bold prints of the Bloomsbury and Minilite umbrellas featuring paintings by impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir; or for a more classic Fulton look, the iconic Birdcage takes on a new twist with the National Gallery skyline print, designed exclusively for the range.
Fulton was founded in 1956 in the UK and from humble beginnings the company is now the UK’s leading umbrella manufacturer, exporting to countries around the world. As an international brand, Fulton is a great UK success story for innovation and style.