The Starry Night Lens Cloth | museum made

Regular price $10.00

No more boring grey or black microfibre lens cloths that always get lost - keep this gorgeous lens cloth of Van Gogh's The Starry Night, 1889, in the Collection of New York's MoMA, handy for cleaning your glasses or gift to an art-lover. 

  • 150 mm x 180 mm
  • by museum made, comes flat packed with description

Meet Vincent Van Gogh Despite a relatively brief period as a full time artist of only a decade, Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) revolutionised the practise of art and remains one of the most recognised and profoundly influential  artists in the world, after emphatically shifting art's axis away from the lyricism of Impressionism. Following early studies and some recognition in The Hague and Antwerp, Van Gogh moved to Paris in 1886, living with his brother, art dealer Theo, where his painting matured. The final two years of his life, an intensely prolific period, were spent in the south of France until his death, possibly by his own hand, at the age of 37.