RainCaper Klimt Hope II Reverse Umbrella

Going places? RainCaper has you covered. Enjoy functional art with a reverse-opening stick umbrella – hands-free operation lets you talk, text and travel in style.

Klimt painted the elegant “Hope II” in 1908, during what art historians refer to as his “Golden Period”. His model, Herma, was heavily pregnant, and he depicts her almost like a greek icon or goddess, wrapped in rich robes and covered in shimmering patterns and jewels. The elegant geometric pattern on Herma’s robe is the inspiration for our “Hope II” RainCaper design. The painting currently hangs in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

Warning: Repels rain; attracts attention!

  • Large 48” arc
  • 31.5” long
  • Inverted umbrella with hands-free handle lets you hold phone, bag or drink
  • Convenient automatic open/close button for easy use.
  • No more damp devices, soggy purses or wet car seats
  • 8 unbreakable fiberglass ribs
  • Double canopies hide ribs; won’t snag hair
  • Design is visible both inside and on top of umbrella
  • Convenient self-standing design
  • Weighs just 1.1 lbs

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