Inspired by the famous paintings of Monet and Van Gogh, Quil Fait Bon, a famous Japanese dessert shop, has created an artistic fruit tart! Are you willing to eat?

The National Gallery in London, England is known as one of the most beautiful art galleries in the world, with a collection of 2,300 works from various European countries from the 13th century to the 20th century. In March and July this year, the National Art Museum will exhibit 61 works in Tokyo and Osaka, Japan for the first time. exhibition.

To commemorate this meaningful artistic exchange, Quil Fait Bon, a well-known Japanese fruit tart store, presented two classic paintings - Van Gogh's "Sunflowers" (Sunflowers) and Monet's "Water-Lily Pond" (The Water-Lily Pond) To solve the problem, simulate the limited-edition fruit tart from the perspectives of painting strokes and hues.

Sunflower, Vincent van Gogh, 1889, oil on canvas, 95 cm x 73 cm.
Image credit/Van Gogh Museum

Claude Monet, The Water-Lily Pond, 1899. Oil on canvas, 88.3 x 93.1 cm.
Image credit/The National Gallery

"Sunflower" is based on matcha and honey-flavored almond cream (in order to enhance the connection with the work, Bulgarian sunflower honey is specially used) with mango pudding, orange slices, and mango peels. Burnt incense pattern of brush strokes. The radial shape of the fruit tower can be seen from a bird's eye view, just like the sunflowers in Van Gogh's brushstrokes growing wantonly. The cut section shows a gradual layer of yellow, green filling and brown pastry.

Image credit/Quil Fait Bon
Image credit/Quil Fait Bon
Image credit/Quil Fait Bon

"Water Lily Pond" uses sweet peach mousse with kiwi, green grapes, blueberries, strawberries, bananas and other fruits. Fruit slices are spread all over the tart pie. The tone is harmonious and soft, reminiscent of the peaceful picture of water lilies scattered in the pond .

Image credit/Quil Fait Bon
Image credit/Quil Fait Bon
Image credit/Quil Fait Bon

In line with the exhibition period and location, the two desserts will be sold at the Quil Fait Bon Ginza store and the Osaka store, and the works brought by the National Art Museum will also be exhibited in miniature, allowing guests to taste desserts and appreciate paintings at the same time. In the world created by artists.

The "Masterpiece of National Gallery London" exhibition divides the collection of the National Gallery into seven time periods, from the perspectives of the Italian Renaissance, the introduction of Dutch and Spanish paintings to the UK, and the impact of landscape paintings and Impressionism on British art, to see the art exchanges in Europe You can also get a glimpse of European culture and the scenery of various countries from the paintings, and appreciate the works of well-known painters such as Vermeer, Rembrandt, Monet, Renoir, and Van Gogh at one time.

Quil Fait Bon Limited Sweets Sales Information <br>Ginza store (FACADE GINZA 1F/B1F, Ginza 2-5−4, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo)
Sunflower: 2020/3/3 to mid-April, water lily pond: 2020/4/8 to 2020 mid-May

Osaka Store (2F, GrandFront Osaka South Building, 4−20 Obuka-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka Prefecture)
Sunflower: 2020/8/11 to mid-September, water lily pond: 2020/7/7 to mid-August

Sunflower: 682 yen (sliced), 6,820 yen (whole model)
Water lily pond: 678 yen (sliced), 6,780 yen (full model)

Quil Fait Bon:

《Masterpiece of National Gallery London》
Tokyo exhibition period: 2020/3/3~6/14
Venue: National Museum of Western Art (7-7 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo)

Osaka exhibition period: 2020/7/7~10/18
Venue: National Museum of Art, Japan (4-2-55, Nakanoshima, Kita-ku, Osaka)