Modgy Cotton Apron - Van Gogh: Café Terrace At Night

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  • 100% cotton (good weight 250 gram thickness)
  • adjustable neck strap
  • large double center pocket
  • color coordinated straps to enhance the artwork
  • machine washable
  • one size fits most 33” x 27” 

In February 1888, Vincent Van Gogh left Paris and traveled to Arles in the south of France.  There he painted the first of his nightscapes. Working under a street light, next to a café, he endeavored to capture the light of the gas lamps on the terrace against a background of darkened buildings and twinkling stars. 
More than a century later, it is still possible to go to the same café on the Place du Forum in Arles, and sit under the iconic yellow awning.

This delightful Modgy apron celebrates the light and color of an evening under the stars. 


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