Sunflower brooch

This brooch is an ode to the Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). He painted the 5 Sunflower paintings in Arles (Southern France) in 1889. For this brooch, Michael Barnaart reduced the organic lines of the sunflowers to the essentials, without losing Van Gogh's capricious handwriting. Simplifying shapes creates a powerful and iconic image. The geometric compositions fit into the design tradition of Dutch design. Each brooch is engraved and numbered, making it a unique collector's item. We deliver the Sunflower brooch in a matching storage box.

Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh

According to Van Gogh, the sunflowers represent gratitude. Vincent van Gogh painted a total of five canvases with sunflowers, which are now among his most important work. Vincent van Gogh wanted to show with his Sunflowers that it is possible to make a powerful painting in different variants of one color (yellow) and nothing else. With this in mind, Michael Barnaart designed this brooch in one shade of matte gold. The reflection of the light on the relief creates different color nuances.

Michael Barnaart

This Dutch fashion designer, based in The Hague, presented his first couture collection in 2008. His work is characterized by accessibility, clear design and unique graphic designs. In which authentic culture is translated into accessible designs, both in aesthetics and price. With comfortable jersey dresses, Michael Barnaart places his work at the intersection of industrial design, graphic design and art. It is not without reason that the creations made in the Netherlands are worn on the street as well as exhibited in various museums. The Michael Barnaart collections are produced in a limited edition in the Netherlands in an artisanal way.

Sunflower brooch
Matt gold metal

An ode to the Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh, who wanted to create a powerful painting in different variants of one color (yellow). With this in mind, Michael Barnaart designed this brooch in one shade of matte gold and reduced the lines of the sunflowers to the essence, without losing the Van Gogh handwriting. The light reflection on the relief creates different color nuances. Numbered edition, packed in a nice storage box.

€39.00
Product specifications
Designer : Michael Barnaart
Color : Gold
Material : Metal
Dimensions : 40 x 37 mm (h x w)
Closure : Magnet
Note : Do not wear with a pacemaker
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  • Delivery in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium
  • Fixed package rate € 4,95 NL, € 7,95 BE/DE
  • Envelope NL (busstuk) € 2,95
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  • Ordered before 21:00 delivered in 3 working days in Belgium, Germany
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Sunflower brooch by Michael Barnaart

Sunflower brooch

This brooch is an ode to the Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890). He painted the 5 Sunflower paintings in Arles (Southern France) in 1889. For this brooch, Michael Barnaart reduced the organic lines of the sunflowers to the essentials, without losing Van Gogh's capricious handwriting. Simplifying shapes creates a powerful and iconic image. The geometric compositions fit into the design tradition of Dutch design. Each brooch is engraved and numbered, making it a unique collector's item. We deliver the Sunflower brooch in a matching storage box.

Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh

According to Van Gogh, the sunflowers represent gratitude. Vincent van Gogh painted a total of five canvases with sunflowers, which are now among his most important work. Vincent van Gogh wanted to show with his Sunflowers that it is possible to make a powerful painting in different variants of one color (yellow) and nothing else. With this in mind, Michael Barnaart designed this brooch in one shade of matte gold. The reflection of the light on the relief creates different color nuances.

Michael Barnaart

This Dutch fashion designer, based in The Hague, presented his first couture collection in 2008. His work is characterized by accessibility, clear design and unique graphic designs. In which authentic culture is translated into accessible designs, both in aesthetics and price. With comfortable jersey dresses, Michael Barnaart places his work at the intersection of industrial design, graphic design and art. It is not without reason that the creations made in the Netherlands are worn on the street as well as exhibited in various museums. The Michael Barnaart collections are produced in a limited edition in the Netherlands in an artisanal way.