Irises by Vincent van Gogh socks (size s/m)

Item Size:
UK 4- 7 EU 37 – 41 US 6 – 9
Cotton & spandex

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Eye-catching, bright yellow socks inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s painting, Irises (1889), which was created during his stay at an asylum in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. He painted a vast number of canvases here, including The Starry Night.

Made with cotton and 15% spandex for maximum comfort and durability, these fit UK size 4-7 and are the perfect gift for the art lover in your life – or for yourself!

Holland born Vincent van Gogh's (1853 -1890) brilliant, emotionally charged paintings are the most well-known of all Post-Impressionist works. Before he was an artist, Van Gogh was an art dealer, teacher and book selling, before training as a Christian missionary. After dismissal from a mission in Belgium he concentrated on painting. His arrival in Paris in 1886 and his contact with the Impressionist painters made a dramatic impact on his work. Van Gogh's concern with light and colour led him to the south of France.