Van Gogh Almond Blossoms Wrapping Paper


Inspired by Japanese woodcuts, Van Gough painted Almond Blossom in 1890 during a short break in his illness he allowed outdoors from the Asylum in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence.

The unfurling early spring blossoms and clear blue sky signify happiness, hope and new life. This painting was a gift to his brother Theo and wife Jo on the birth of his nephew and namesake, Vincent. Treasured by the family, this painting has become beloved by the world.

All wrapping paper is supplied rolled in a strong postage tube to avoid creases and folds.

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