Vincent Sea View 2154
Vincent Seascape (1882)
In August 1882 Vincent van Gogh painted the beach and the North Sea at Scheveningen on a stormy day. The work comes from Van Gogh’s period in The Hague (1881-1883). The work shows the early painting style of Van Gogh, in which he already showed himself very idiosyncratic. This idiosyncrasy is reflected in this Effio sock, which follows the color structure of the painting in beautiful brown-grey tones.
He wrote to his brother Theo van Gogh about this painting: It was so beautiful these days at Schevening. Before that storm, the sea was almost even more imposing than when it was actually a storm. During the storm the waves were much less visible, and there was less of an effect than the furrows of a plowed land.
- Strong and colorfast Mercerized Cotton
- One Size Fits Most (41-45)
- Seamless (hand linked toe)
- Made in Italy
- High quality mercerized Egyptian cotton 83% cotton, 15% polyamide, 2% lycra
- Extra length; Top till heel is 36cm
- 30º washing machine, wash inside out (the socks shrink a little after the 1st wash)
- Dutch Design
- Yarns are dyed in Italy; free of chemical toxines; OEKO-TEX® Standard 100
- Our packaging is made from 100% FSC or recycled material, printed with eco ink
- EAN: 7446038132161