Van Gogh Irises Art Shirt
Fine Art Shirt Featuring Van Gogh's Iconic Irises Painting in a Soft Cotton/Poly Blend.
- All Season 3/4 Sleeve Shirt
- Flattering Scoop Neck
- Slightly Fitted Style
- 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton
- Medium Weight Knit Fabric
- Irises Print on Front, Back & Sleeves.
Art Shirts Sizing Info:
Small: 32" - 34" Bust - 25" Long
Medium: 36" - 38" Bust - 26" Long
Large: 38" - 40" Bust - 27" Long
X-Large: 42" - 46 Bust - 28" Long
Our newly designed Irises Shirt is a great art gift for any Van Gogh fan! This Van Gogh top can be dressed up or down and the 3/4 sleeves, perfect for most seasons. The Irises image has been digitally printed on the soft cotton/poly fabric producing a very detailed and colorfast reproduction of Van Gogh's famous painting. The scoop neck and slightly fitted cut of this Van Gogh shirt is flattering to any style figure and the ultra soft poly/cotton knit fabric is a joy to wear!
For a fun Van Gogh Gift Idea: Buy our Irises Van Gogh Art Shirt with a matching Irises Art Glass Necklace, Earring or a Silk Scarf!
Recommended Care: This shirt is fade resistant so you can Hand or Machine wash Gentle. Cold Water - Mild Detergent - No Bleach. Hang Dry or Tumble Dry on Low Heat. This beautiful Van Gogh top is truly a piece of art - treat it with care and you will preserve the bright colors for many seasons of wear.
Van Gogh Irises
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 works to the Salon Des Indepenents in France. Most of his best-known works were produced in the final two years of his life. His famous Irises painting was created in 1889. There are no known drawings of the piece, probably because Van Gogh did it as a study. It is likely that it was influenced by Japanese woodblock prints which were popular at the time and were produced in the 17th century. The use of dark contours in Irises is a typical element of these prints and helped to reinforce the expressive power of the painting. Irises is on the list of the most expensive paintings ever sold, selling for 54 million dollars in 1987.