Vincent Van Gogh's Bedroom at Arles adorns the cover of this high-quality sketch book. The covers are printed on foil in five colors, embossed, then foil stamped, and the thick paper stock is perfect for sketching and drawing. Great for personal use or as a dazzling gift.
Vincent van Gogh sought refuge from Paris in February 1888. He set off for Arles to satisfy his yearning to experience the colors of the South. Initially, he took up lodgings at a local hotel but shortly after, he rented the famous Yellow House on Place Lamartine, nestled in between the rail tracks and river on the north side of town. This famous painting depicts his bedroom in the house.