MoMa Starry Night Collapsible Umbrella
The foldable MoMA umbrella ’Starry Night’ is a perfect gift for an art lover. The print on the outside is a detailed reproduction of the original which can be seen hanging in the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Starry Night, painted by Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh in June 1889, is one of the most recognisable paintings of all time. It is inspired by the night view from the painters window in Saint-Rémy in Southern France. It is easy to see how passionately the artist applied vibrant colours with thick, fluid brushstrokes.
Don McLean’s melancholic song Vincent from 1971 pays tribute to this painting and Van Gogh himself but also recognises his struggle with life as a sad and troubled man.
Specifications MoMa Starry Night Collapsible Umbrella
- 8-piece canopy, diameter 94 cm
- Fabric 100% Polyester
- Print outside
- Steel main structure
- Rigid octagonal stick prevents twisting under heavy load
- Length closed 28 cm
- Black rubber-coated handle
- Automatic opening
- Weight 360 grams
- © 2015 The Museum of Modern Art
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