Almond Blossoms Popover Art Top or Scarf

$44.95 Regular price $69.95

Versatile Art Top with Van Gogh' Almond Blossoms Print that can be worn as a scarf.
29" long x 36" wide
One size fits Small - XX-Large
Partial Side seams with arm holes to wear as a top
Fold or gather to wear as an Art Scarf
100% Polyester
Machine Wash & Dry

Our uniquely designed Almond Blossoms Popover art top by Breeke makes a great gift as one size fits all! Beautifully printed with the loved Almond Blossoms painting by Van Gogh, this art top can be worn as as a light layered top over tanks or sleeved shirts or as a gathered scarf. The sides are partially sewn so there are arm holes and a split at the bottom, the scoop neck hole has a generous opening to easily Popover your head! To wear as a scarf, just gather it from the corners or fold from the longer sides. Our Popover art tops are low care too - machine washable on cold, tumble dry low and iron on polyester setting.

If you are looking for an art gift or Starry Night gift for an art lover or Van Gogh fan, this creatively designed art top is an excellent choice! Pair it with our Almond Blossoms Earrings or other Van Gogh gifts.

Van Gogh Blossoming Almond Tree

Vincent Van Gogh was born in the Netherlands, 1853 - 1890. He did not embark upon a career as an artist until 1880. He was supported by his brother Theo who submitted many of his work to the Salon Des Indepenents in France. Most of his best-known works were produced in the final two years of his life. Blossoming Almond Tree which was painted in 1890 is one of Vincent Van Gogh's best known paintings. It is noteworthy in that both Van Gogh and his closest family held the work in high regard. This painting is one of a small handful that Van Gogh produced with a particular person in mind, in this case, his brother and sister-in-law's newborn baby. Van Gogh was deeply moved when Theo and Johanna chose to name the child Vincent and he always harbored a great deal of affection for him. Van Gogh painted Blossoming Almond Tree to honor his namesake and it remains a tour-de-force, both the product of Vincent's fondness for his nephew as well as the Japanese art which he so greatly admired.