Blossoming Almond Tree Van Gogh Earrings

$29.95
Type: Art Gifts
Sterling Silver Van Gogh Blossoming Almond Tree Art Glass Earrings with White Pearl Glass Beads

Handcrafted in the U.S.A.

1 3/4" long x 1/2" wide

.925 Sterling Silver French Wires

Van Gogh Almond Blossoms Domed Glass Tile

White Pearl Glass Beads

Free Gift Box

Information Card on Van Gogh and his Almond Blossoms Painting is included.

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Our special Van Gogh Almond Blossoms earrings feature a close up of the the beautiful Blossoming Almond Tree painting. This detailed Almond Blossom flower image has been laminated on a domed glass tile, set in a silver plated earring charm and embellished with white pearl glass beads. These Van Gogh earrings hang from .925 solid sterling silver French wires and are handcrafted in the U.S.A.. Our beautiful Van Gogh Almond Blossom earrings make a special Van Gogh gift for any Van Gogh art fan! Pair them with our Almond Blossoms Necklace or one of our many Van Gogh gifts such as an Almond Blossoms silk scarves or Art shirt! A gift box and information card about Van Gogh and his painting is included. Made in the U.S.A.

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.