Metropolitan Museum of Art, Van Gogh "Wheat Field with Cypresses" Kitchen / Tea Towel

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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.


  • 55% linen / 45% cotton
  • 28''L x 18''W
  • Machine wash

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.