Silk long scarves from Antoni Gaudi, Léonard de Vinci, Katsushika Hokusai, Gustav Klimt, Pablo Picasso, William Turner, Vincent Van Gogh highlight our selection of museum scarves from world famous artists.
Project for the mosaic frieze of the Stoclet Palace, ca.1905-1909.The lightness and softness of this satin chiffon silk scarf will delight and enchant you.The world reknowned pattern by G. Klimt is as bright as it is modern.It would make a lovely gift for a fun-loving, cheerful and energetic friend.
The portrait of Adele Bloch -Bauer is also called The Woman in Gold or The Lady in Gold. This painting is the final and most fullly representative work of the Golden period of Gustav Klimt, It is on display at the Neue Galerie in New York City as part of the largest Klimt collection in the U.S.
La Joconde, 1503-6 Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa is the most famous painting in the world. Visitors from all over the world visit the Louvre Museum to have the opportunity to see it! This silk scarf is available in different colours.
Burning of Parliament,1834. This is a misleading title ! You 'll not see any burning building... This scarf is a subtle change of colour from pale blue to pale orange..the beginning of abstract art. The sweetness of this silk scarf is incomparable.
Branche d'amandiers en fleurs, 1890. Blossoming Almond Tree is one of Vincent Van Gogh's best known paintings. It was created in Saint Remy de Provence in France, in February 1890. It is currently located at the brand new Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This scarf is a celebration of Turquoise colour. Flowers of an almond-tree add a...
Les Iris 1889 This floral silk scarf reproduces the famous blue irises painted by Vincent Van Gogh. You can notice the unique style of Van Gogh, with strong outlines helping to reinforce the expressive power of his painting, unusual anglesincluding close-up views and also flattish local colour.