Vincent van Gogh
Vincent van Gogh
After a bleak life, Van Gogh died in 1890 and left behind a large number of artworks; more than 850 paintings and nearly 1,300 works on paper.
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Loqi bags with prints of famous Dutch artists

Loqi bags are beautiful, foldable and reusable bags. A selection of Loqi shoppers is decorated with prints of works of some of the greatest Dutch artists ever, such as Rembrandt, Vermeer, Van Gogh and Mondrian. No doubt that you stand out in the crowd with one of these bags. This shopper in printed with the famous painting ‘Sunflowers' by Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh. Just carry such a beautiful painting in your hand.

Smart bag

Due to its light weight of only 55 grams, the spacious format of 50 x 42 cm (h x w), the spacious handle (27 cm) and the material (85% polyester, 15% spandex) the Loqi bag is perfect for on the go and for daily shopping or unexpected purchases. Take the Loqi bag with you during shopping, you can fold it into a tiny package and since you don’t need plastic bags it saves both money and the environment. The pouch inside the bag has a zipper and the bag itself is waterproof. Perfect for a rainy day as well. The Loqi bag comes in a convenient matching pouch of 11 x 11.5 cm to store the bag in or to use as a wallet. The bag can also be stored rolled up and fastened with a snap fastener. Click here to view a video on how to fold the Loqi easily.

Sunflowers

During 1888 and 1889, Vincent van Gogh lived in Arles, southern France. There, he made a series of five works with sunflowers. The paintings were used by Paul Gauguin, a good friend of Van Gogh, to decorate his bedroom. Today, they can be found in five museums in as many countries. The decoration of this bag is based on the vase with sunflowers exhibited in the Neue Pinakothek in München.

About the painter Van Gogh

Van Gogh was born in the Netherlands and would later live in Paris and other places in France. He did not have such a happy life and the people in his lifetime disliked his beautiful paintings. In all his life, he managed to sell only one of his paintings. He earned no money and remained forever dependent on his parents and brother Theo. He takes to drink and is eventually admitted to a psychiatric hospital. In 1890, he decided - on the advice of his doctor - to concentrate on painting and he made his final series: On July 29, 1890, Vincent van Gogh dies and leaves behind more than 850 paintings and nearly 1,300 works on paper.

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Van Gogh Sunflowers

Vincent van Gogh is the most famous Dutch painter from the 19th century. Well-known paintings as Almond Blossom, Sunflowers, Wheat Field with Crows and Seascape near Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer come out of his hand. Paintings that are now also available on personal accessories. As this Loqi bag with Sunflowers. The Loqi bag is also very practical: this bag is foldable, reusable and is ideal for shopping and groceries because it can carry over 20 kilograms. Go shopping in style! PS: the pouch is also included!

€14.95

Availability: In stock

Product specifications
Brand :Loqi
Design :Van Gogh Sunflowers
Material :85% polyester,15% spandex 
Dimensions :50 x 32 cm (h x b)
Included :Pouch
Washable :Washingmachine 30 degrees C
Particularities

:Water resistant, wear weight 20 kg,

:OEKO-TEX certified

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Loqi bags with prints of famous Dutch artists

Loqi bags are beautiful, foldable and reusable bags. A selection of Loqi shoppers is decorated with prints of works of some of the greatest Dutch artists ever, such as Rembrandt, Vermeer, Van Gogh and Mondrian. No doubt that you stand out in the crowd with one of these bags. This shopper in printed with the famous painting ‘Sunflowers' by Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh. Just carry such a beautiful painting in your hand.

Smart bag

Due to its light weight of only 55 grams, the spacious format of 50 x 42 cm (h x w), the spacious handle (27 cm) and the material (85% polyester, 15% spandex) the Loqi bag is perfect for on the go and for daily shopping or unexpected purchases. Take the Loqi bag with you during shopping, you can fold it into a tiny package and since you don’t need plastic bags it saves both money and the environment. The pouch inside the bag has a zipper and the bag itself is waterproof. Perfect for a rainy day as well. The Loqi bag comes in a convenient matching pouch of 11 x 11.5 cm to store the bag in or to use as a wallet. The bag can also be stored rolled up and fastened with a snap fastener. Click here to view a video on how to fold the Loqi easily.

Sunflowers

During 1888 and 1889, Vincent van Gogh lived in Arles, southern France. There, he made a series of five works with sunflowers. The paintings were used by Paul Gauguin, a good friend of Van Gogh, to decorate his bedroom. Today, they can be found in five museums in as many countries. The decoration of this bag is based on the vase with sunflowers exhibited in the Neue Pinakothek in München.

About the painter Van Gogh

Van Gogh was born in the Netherlands and would later live in Paris and other places in France. He did not have such a happy life and the people in his lifetime disliked his beautiful paintings. In all his life, he managed to sell only one of his paintings. He earned no money and remained forever dependent on his parents and brother Theo. He takes to drink and is eventually admitted to a psychiatric hospital. In 1890, he decided - on the advice of his doctor - to concentrate on painting and he made his final series: On July 29, 1890, Vincent van Gogh dies and leaves behind more than 850 paintings and nearly 1,300 works on paper.