Foldaway Bag-Art-von Gogh-Long Grass with Butterflies | Foldaway Shopping Bags | Tapestry Foldable Tote Bag | FDAW-FDAW-ART-VG-LONG

£9.99 £21.99
UNIQUE LIFESTYLE DESIGN: 

This is a The National Gallery Licensing Product. 

Van Gogh painted this patch of meadow when he was a patient at the psychiatric hospital at Saint-Paul de Mausole, near the village of St-Rémy in the south of France. While at the hospital he made a number of sketches and paintings that look down at small areas of meadow or undergrowth.

Although there is no horizon or sky, the path near the top of the picture creates an effect of depth. In contrast to the boundary formed by the path, the remaining space is open and potentially extends beyond the sides and bottom of the canvas. The grass is painted with distinct brushstrokes of varying length, laid down in clusters like the clumps they describe.

Van Gogh’s interest in depicting nature in detail may have been encouraged by what he had read about Japanese culture, and his belief that ‘the wise Japanese man...studies a single blade of grass’. But there were also important precedents in Renaissance art and in seventeenth-century Dutch painting. 


PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Compact and eco-friendly, this piece opens up to provide ample space for your shopping trips and folds away for easy storage in your handbag.

  • Fastened with a frontal clip button closure.
  • Opens up to provide ample room for shopping goods.
  • Folds away for compact storage.
  • Fitted with a full length zip fastener.
  • A pair of sturdy faux leather handles for carriage.
  • Made from Signare tapestry woven fabric.

Size (Folded): W 21 x H 12 x D 1.5 cm

Size (Open): W 38 x H 35.5 x D 9 cm | Handle Drop Length: 10cm

Weight: 0.25kg

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FABRIC COMPOSITION: 100% Polyester.
EASY CARE: 
Clean it with a damp cloth. Do not soak in water.

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[custom_html]UNIQUE LIFESTYLE DESIGN: 

This is a The National Gallery Licensing Product. 

Van Gogh painted this patch of meadow when he was a patient at the psychiatric hospital at Saint-Paul de Mausole, near the village of St-Rémy in the south of France. While at the hospital he made a number of sketches and paintings that look down at small areas of meadow or undergrowth.

Although there is no horizon or sky, the path near the top of the picture creates an effect of depth. In contrast to the boundary formed by the path, the remaining space is open and potentially extends beyond the sides and bottom of the canvas. The grass is painted with distinct brushstrokes of varying length, laid down in clusters like the clumps they describe.

Van Gogh’s interest in depicting nature in detail may have been encouraged by what he had read about Japanese culture, and his belief that ‘the wise Japanese man...studies a single blade of grass’. But there were also important precedents in Renaissance art and in seventeenth-century Dutch painting. 


PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Compact and eco-friendly, this piece opens up to provide ample space for your shopping trips and folds away for easy storage in your handbag.

  • Fastened with a frontal clip button closure.
  • Opens up to provide ample room for shopping goods.
  • Folds away for compact storage.
  • Fitted with a full length zip fastener.
  • A pair of sturdy faux leather handles for carriage.
  • Made from Signare tapestry woven fabric.

Size (Folded): W 21 x H 12 x D 1.5 cm

Size (Open): W 38 x H 35.5 x D 9 cm | Handle Drop Length: 10cm

Weight: 0.25kg

Find Foldaway Shopping Bag in all patterns