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Playmobil 70686 Van Gogh Sunflowers at amstory.nl

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Playmobil set Van Gogh Sunflowers

May we introduce you to the miniature version of Vincent van Gogh's painting Sunflowers. Just stepped out of the Van Gogh Museum to enter the world of Playmobil. The set consists of a Playmobil figure of 'Vincent van Gogh', a miniature easel, painting palette and the work Sunflowers. With Van Gogh, art becomes a joyful child's play. An indispensable collector's item for all Playmobil and Van Gogh fans! Not suitable for children under three years of age due to choking hazard from small parts.

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.

Rijksmuseum and Playmobil

To make art accessible to the widest possible audience, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam has joined forces with the German toy company Playmobil. Together with designer Frederik Roijé they have created three Playmobil sets based on the paintings The Night Watch, ‘Marten and Oopjen’ and The Milkmaid as an introduction to art for a young audience.

Playmobil set
Van Gogh Sunflowers

Get to know the most beautiful masterpieces from the Van Gogh Museum in a playful way. This Playmobil version of Vincent van Gogh painting Sunflowers is a must-have for every Playmobil enthusiast and all admirers of Van Gogh's work. Moreover, you can also play with this miniature version. The set consists of a 'Vincent van Gogh' Playmobil figure, a miniature easel, painting palette and of course the work Sunflowers.

€6.95

Availability: In stock

Product specifications
Brand : Van Gogh Museum, Playmobil
Designer : Vincent van Gogh
Design : Sunflowers
Material : Plastic
Box size : 15 x 10 x 5 cm (l x b x h)
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Playmobil 70686 set Van Gogh Sunflowers - Van Gogh Museum

Playmobil set Van Gogh Sunflowers

May we introduce you to the miniature version of Vincent van Gogh's painting Sunflowers. Just stepped out of the Van Gogh Museum to enter the world of Playmobil. The set consists of a Playmobil figure of 'Vincent van Gogh', a miniature easel, painting palette and the work Sunflowers. With Van Gogh, art becomes a joyful child's play. An indispensable collector's item for all Playmobil and Van Gogh fans! Not suitable for children under three years of age due to choking hazard from small parts.

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.

Rijksmuseum and Playmobil

To make art accessible to the widest possible audience, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam has joined forces with the German toy company Playmobil. Together with designer Frederik Roijé they have created three Playmobil sets based on the paintings The Night Watch, ‘Marten and Oopjen’ and The Milkmaid as an introduction to art for a young audience.