Van Gogh Sunflowers Glass Bottle
This remarkably eye-catching Vincent Van Gogh Sunflowers glass bottle showcases officially licensed art of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam.
Features Van Gogh's iconic Sunflowers painting.
This bottle is intended to be used on an everyday basis, as both an incredibly unique beverage serving vessel as well as an artistically beautiful dining table centerpiece.
Art is viewed through the liquid contents with which you choose to fill the bottle and on the back of the bottle.
22-karat gold liquid frame and lettering.
Hand wash only.
History of Sunflowers: Van Gogh began his Sunflowers series with great ardor. His mission for these paintings would be to impress his friend, the artist Gauguin, with a series of decorative still lifes of sunflowers, which were to grace the walls of Gauguin’s bedroom. Van Gogh had to work quickly, as the flowers rapidly wilted in a vase. Gauguin considered the paintings highly successful and declared that sunflowers should be Van Gogh’s trademark. The Sunflowers painting that he created in 1889 is now in the Van Gogh Museum.