Vincent Van Gogh ‘Wheat Field with Cypresses’, 1889, pendant necklace
This design shows a tiny detail from Van Gogh’s ‘Wheat Field with Cypresses’, of 1889, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
One of Van Gogh’s first series of paintings at Saint-Rémy was devoted to studies of the distinctive local cypress trees. He considered this painting to be one his best summer landscapes; he made a studio copy on the same scale, which is at the National Gallery in London, and a smaller one as a gift for his family.
The pendant setting is made from metal alloy and the glass cabochon is 25mm across.
Choose a 24” (60cm) silver tone chain, or an 18” (45cm) black leather cord or black organza-&-cotton cord. A pendant on a chain or organza-&-cotton cord comes in a sturdy black card gift box; a pendant on a leather cord comes in an organza bag so as not to distort the leather by tight folding.