This wall hanging features Van Gogh’s “Landscape with Haystack”, mounted on wood and decopaged, circa 1950, by someone who assembled a small collection of masterworks (they all have the same handwriting on the back) for their own private little museum. It brings a serene day to your wall, and is detailed enough that you actually feel you can see Van Gogh's brush strokes.
11.75" H x 10" W x .25" Deep
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