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Seasons of Impressionists (NG), Modern Print - Unisex t-shirt

Size Guide
Unisex T-shirt
  LENGTH WIDTH CHEST
XS (cm) 68.6 42 78.7-86.4
S (cm) 71.1 45.7 86.4-94
M (cm) 73.7 50.8 96.5-104.1
L (cm) 76.2 55.9 106.7-114.3
XL (cm) 78.7 61 116.8-124.5
2XL (cm) 81.3 66 127-134.6
Size Guide
Unisex T-shirt
  LENGTH WIDTH CHEST
XS (cm) 68.6 42 78.7-86.4
S (cm) 71.1 45.7 86.4-94
M (cm) 73.7 50.8 96.5-104.1
L (cm) 76.2 55.9 106.7-114.3
XL (cm) 78.7 61 116.8-124.5
2XL (cm) 81.3 66 127-134.6

In line with his captivation of evolving nature and seasonality, the second artist in the Seasons of Impressionists collection, Van Gogh, paints the famous Sunflowers, representing their changing state with time all with different shades of one colour.

Comfortable and stylish – our Van Gogh inspired t-shirts fuse beautiful Impressionist prints with streetstyle. Perfect for adding flair and art history in your life.
Inspired by:
Vincent van Gogh, 1853-1890
Sunflowers, 1888
© The National Gallery, London
Color: Black
Size: XS

Vincent van Gogh. Lived 30th March 1853 – 29th July 1890

This Dutch post-impressionist’s legacy lies in his expressive brushstrokes, bold and dramatic colours create expressive landscapes, portraits and still-lives. Within 10 years, van Gogh created about 2,100 artworks including around 860 oil paintings.

His work contributed to the modern art movement’s creation, though he was infamously not successful in his own lifetime, yet they are now some of the most important paintings sold and displayed. He was from a family of art dealers and joined the family firm.

Failure is just life sending you in a new direction, and after being unsuccessful in the gallery business, as a teacher, in love and as a preacher, Vincent became an artist, stating ‘In spite of everything, I shall rise again...’ and learnt to paint aged 28.

Vincent had an intense and painful love affair with painting, as with his previous career paths. He painted his first sunflowers in 1887, with a bright splash of sensuous yellow. He continued to paint many versions of the flower he referred to as ‘...somewhat my own’.

Sunflowers
1888
Oil on canvas

Vincent van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ is among his most iconic paintings, created to decorate his home in Arles upon the visit of friend Paul Gauguin, also an Impressionist artist.

With nearly 30 shades of yellow, he created these masterpieces as a study of colour as well as the passing of time with the flowers in a state of bloom, wilting or seeding, ready to harvest for another season. Within a single bouquet, we see the circle of life in nature.

• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton (Heather colors contain polyester)
• Fabric weight: 4.2 oz/yd² (142 g/m²)
• Pre-shrunk fabric
• Side-seamed construction
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
• Blank product sourced from Guatemala, Nicaragua, Mexico, Honduras, or the US

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