The Japonaiserie Oiran was painted by a Dutch artist in 1887. Van Gogh adopted Japanese visual inventions in his own work after collecting hundreds of prints and canvases in the early 1880s. He liked the unusual spatial effects, the expanses of strong color, the everyday objects, and the attention to detail from nature. And, of course, the exotic and joyful atmosphere.
Available in fountain pen, rollerball, and ballpoint, each pen is packaged in an exclusive gift box.
(Comes with converter / Ink cartridge is available separately)
|Cap can post
|Blue, purple, red, and green
|Packaged in a exclusive gift box with a bookmark and a picture of the Van Gogh painting it is dedicated to.
|5.5" L X 0.5" D
|Refills & Inks
|Visconti Van Gogh
|Barrel featuring the thought provoking painting, the Japonaiserie Oiran in blue, purple, red and green hues to recreate Van Gogh’s technique, emotion and mood portrayed in this remarkable painting.
Nib featuring Van Gogh's signature
|Warranted for a period of two years from the date of purchase. Damages due to misuse by the user and/or resulting from normal wear and tear are not covered by this warranty.