"Cafe Terrace" European Gobelin Tapestry Pillow Case - Van Gogh Art Lovers Gift - Famous Art Gallery Gifts for Home Decor
Our State of the Art Jacquard Tapestry "Museum Gobelin" Cushion Covers are a great addition to any Home Decor. They are crafted with an Authentic Jacquard Tapestry made by 4th generation Certified European Master Weavers using Ancient Tradition Techniques. They are is fun, exquisite and incomparable due to their quality and excellence in the fine details. - Woven with 100% high quality cotton thread, lined with a soft beige velvet backing and closes with a zipper. - Size: 18" X 18" - We advise using a filling 20" X 20" if you like your cushion covers well filled (Please note that this product does not include the filling). - Fabric Care: Dry Clean Only - Tips: To protect your Tapestry Pillow Cover from stains, you can spray Fabric Protector (Scotch Guard). Have fun and enjoy decorating your home with those gorgeous, unique and traditional Tapestry Throw Pillow Cases. They are adorable and a perfect gift for any special person and occasion. After acquiring one, you will want to collect them all! All Cushion Cases are handmade and shipped directly from our workshop in California. Fast Priority Shipping 2-3 days (Insurance and tracking included) anywhere in the USA.
HISTORY: CAFE TERRACE is a 1888 oil painting by the Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh in 1888. It is also known as The Cafe Terrace on the Place du Forum, and, when first exhibited in 1891, was entitled Coffeehouse, in the evening (Café, le soir). Van Gogh painted Café Terrace at Night in Arles, France, in mid-September 1888. The painting is not signed, but described and mentioned by the artist in three letters. Visitors to the site can stand at the northeastern corner of the Place du Forum, where the artist set up his easel. The site was refurbished in 1990 and 1991 to replicate Van Gogh's painting. He looked south towards the artificially lit Terrace of the popular coffee house, as well as into the enforced darkness of the rue du Palais which led up to a building structure (to the left, not pictured) and, beyond this structure, the tower of a former church which is now Musée Lapidaire. Towards the right, Van Gogh indicated a lighted shop as well, and some branches of the trees surrounding the place but he omitted the remainders of the Roman monuments just beside this little shop. The painting is currently at the Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo, Netherlands.