Vincent van Gogh

After a bleak life, Van Gogh died in 1890 and left behind a large number of artworks; more than 850 paintings and nearly 1,300 works on paper.

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Van Gogh tablet sleeve
Almond Blossom

Protect your tablet with a Van Gogh sleeve! This soft cover for your iPad or other tablet is unique: it's printed with an excerpt from the masterpiece Almond Blossom, proving that a tablet cover can be both practical and elegant.
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Vincent van Gogh tablet sleeve

What makes this tablet sleeve special is the print: the most characteristic fragment from the world famous Almond Blossom painting by Vincent van Gogh. Whether you have an iPad or Android tablet, this sleeve, made of soft material, will protect either of them. A practical cover, which offers a nice alternative to the usual drab office style, thanks to the blossom motifs against a soft blue spring sky.

Almond Blossom

Van Gogh painted this sparkling still life of delicate almond blossom against a bright blue sky for his newborn nephew Vincent Willem. As a symbol of young life, Van Gogh chose the branches of the almond tree, an early flowering tree that heralds the spring as early as February. The subject, as well as the sharp contours and placement of the tree, was inspired by Japanese prints. Van Gogh had intended the painting to be placed above the bed of Theo and his wife Jo, but they actually hung it in their living room above the piano. It is not surprising that for the van Gogh family, it would always remain their most cherished work. Vincent Willem would later found the Van Gogh Museum.

About Vincent van Gogh

Van Gogh was born in the Netherlands and later went to live in Paris and other places in France. He did not have such a happy life and people in his lifetime disliked his beautiful paintings. In all his life, he managed to sell only one of his paintings. He earned no money and remained forever dependent on his parents and brother Theo. He takes to drink and is eventually admitted to a psychiatric hospital. In 1890, he decided - on advice of his doctor - to concentrate on painting and he made his final series: On July 29, 1890, Vincent van Gogh died, leaving behind more than 850 paintings and nearly 1,300 works on paper.

Product specifications
Brand : Van Gogh Museum
Designer : Vincent van Gogh
Material : Synthetic (polyurethane)
Design : Almond blossom
Dimensions : 20 x 27 x 2 cm (h x b x d)
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