Black Cat Dishcloth | Maud Lewis | Art Gallery of NS
This Swedish Dishcloth is based off an original painting by the beloved Nova Scotian folkartist Maud Lewis.
Made from cotton and plant-based cellulose fibres, this 100% compostable cloth is an established must-have in Scandinavia. It offers a sustainable alternative to sponges, dishcloths and paper towels and becomes soft and pliable when wet for easy clean-up.
-70% cellulose 30% cotton
-Machine wash warm, lay flat to dry.
-6.5" x 8" inch
The Maud Lewis Collection line of products allows the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia to support initiatives at the Gallery that promote and inform the legacy of Maud Lewis.
Designed in Nova Scotia.
Black Cat Swedish Dishcloth | Maud Lewis | Art Gallery of NS
Maud Lewis (1901-1970) was born and lived her entire life on the Yarmouth and Acadian Shore of Nova Scotia. Born with physical challenges of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, Maud found her love of painting at an early age. Maud's love of painting grew into what now highlights her as one of Canada’s premier folk artists.
Maud's modest home, adorned with her artwork, was fully restored in 1996 and is now on permanent display at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia in Halifax.