Moran Valley of the Bubbling Waters — Lined Tote Bag with Inside Zipper Pocket and Adjustable Handle
This tote bag design is based on an 1876 Prang chromolithograph of Thomas Moran's painting, Valley of the Bubbling Waters, Utah. The scene is in present day Zion National Park. The chromolitho process intensified the colors of Moran's original and I have played with them a bit more to bring the feeling of mountain light to the scene.
This bag is big enough to hold several textbooks and the 2" wide strap won't cut into your shoulder. Can be worn cross-body or over the shoulder—the adjustable strap makes it easy to get a comfortable length.
Imagined in Canada, Made in the USA!
Available in two sizes:
- 16"x16" (40x40 cm)
- 18"x18" (45x45 cm)
Features a black liner with a zipper pocket and an adjustable poly web handle. Design appears on both sides.
Made of poly poplin. Dry or spot clean.
Slight variations in printing may occur. Please be aware that device display screens may differ in how accurately they show product colors.
This item is made to order so please allow a total of 3-6 weeks for production and delivery.