Metropolitan Museum of Art, Van Gogh "Wheat Field with Cypresses" Kitchen / Tea Towel, Linen Cotton Blend
The ordinarily self-critical artist Van Gogh regarded his painting Wheat Field with Cypresses (1889) as one of his "best" summer landscapes, which the Met has reproduced on this kitchen / tea towel.
This cheerful highlight of The Met collection will brighten up any kitchen.
About Van Gogh and his painting, "Wheat Field with Cypresses"
During his convalescence at the asylum in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853–1890) became notably captivated by the cypress trees towering over the French countryside. Wheat Field with Cypresses (1889) is an exceptional composition belonging to a dedicated series made early in his yearlong stay at the asylum.