Portraying the famous painter from Nuenen, the Netherlands, this phone case shows one of Vincent van Gogh’s most well-known self-portraits. The artists painted himself in the Provence, just a year before his passing.
The Girl with the Pearl Earring is a well-known painting, which the Dutch Master Johannes Vermeer painted between 1665 and 1667, and since grown to be his most well-received painting. The classic beauty of the Dutch girl speaks to everyone, and if her beauty doesn’t draw you in, her luscious 3D pearl earring surely will.
The Milkmaid, also known as ‘The Kitchen Maid’, is a painting by the Dutch Master Johannes Vermeer, which was painted at the high time of the Dutch Golden-Age in 1658. Vermeer’s characteristic playing with light and dark is magnificently shown in the 3D details which appeals not only to the sense of sight, but also that of touch!
The Goldfinch is a painting by the Dutch painter Carel Fabritius, stemming from 1654. The shining glory of the Mauritshuis Museum in the Hague, the painting was made even more famous by the Donna Tart book which carries the name and image of the painting. Whether you are an art-lover, or a Donna Tart lover, this phone cover is the one for you!
Victory Boogie Woogie is the final, unfinished, work of the Dutch painter Piet Mondrian, which he painted in New York in the period 1942-1944. The magnificent painting was bought by the Dutch Government, and has since adorned the walls of the ‘Gemeentemuseum’ in The Hague. Our phone case tries to honour Mondrian by staying true to an essential aspect of...
View of Delft, too, ranks high in the list of well-known paintings by Dutch Golden-Age painter Johannes Vermeer. The painting, which was most likely painted between 1659 and 1662, can to this day be seen in the Mauritshuis museum in The Hague. The Dutch culture comes alive through this phone case, as a 3D reminder of the rich history and art of the past.
When Vincent moved to Arles, he dreamed of a new beginning where artists lived together and painted happily. At the Saint Paul Asylum in Saint-Remy, he thought he would get better after a year and be able to continue his life with new found success and happiness, and then with the birth of his nephew, he saw a new life to be celebrated.