Cook in style and wear your love of the French Riviera in our handsome Vincent van Gogh Café Terrace apron!
Tailored in durable heavyweight 100% cotton twill, our full length aprons feature soft cotton ties and an easily adjustable neck strap in colors that compliment the design. Two roomy pockets keep utensils close at hand. One size fits most.
Tired of city life and the cold, Vincent van Gogh left Paris in February 1888 and traveled to the south of France to live in Arles. It was here that he painted the first of his nightscapes. Working outside under a street light, he set up his easel next to a café, looking to capture the garish light of the gas lamps on the terrace against a background of darkened buildings and twinkling stars. In the distance, a horse-drawn coach approaches, and a couple crosses the street to join the other patrons at the café.
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.
Our delightful Apron celebrates the light and color of an evening under the stars.
Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890)
Café Terrace at Night
Oil on canvas
Matching tea towel & collapsible vase also available