Evelin’s Hell

• Year: 2021
• Eau de Parfum
• 50 ml / 1.69 fl oz
• Top Notes: Mint, Celery, Wintergreen
• Middle Notes: Damascene Rose, Jasmine, Lily of the Valley
• Base Notes: Cedar, Patchouli, Ambar
In 1874, Evelyn began presenting her works under this name, rather than her Christian name, Mary, to ensure that she was judged on her merits and not on being a woman in a man's world. Evelyn De Morgan defying the expectations of her class and gender became one of the most impressive artists of her generation. Her richly colored canvases with beautifully draped figures convey messages of feminism, spirituality, and the rejection of war and material wealth, making them incredibly relevant today. Her work 'A soul in hell' is a clear example of this and we have reflected this assonance in the very name of the perfume.