'A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte' was painted by Georges Seurat between 1884 and 1886.
It's become a leading example of pointillist technique, and, executed on a large canvas, it was a founding work of the Neo-Impressionist movement - and certainly his most iconic work.
It's good to know that because you will undoubtedly be asked what that wonderful scarf you're wearing is, and, to be honest, it feels good to say 'Oh, this old thing. It's just an iconic pointillist painting of a Sunday afternoon in Paris.' Or perhaps that's just us!
The image frame is Liberty Glass Flurorite, and the image has been made available by the Art Institute of Chicago.
It is exclusive to this website, and has never been offered elsewhere, although it belongs alongside the Liberty Art of the Scarf collection.
Despite the huge amount of research, rights negotiations, image testing on silk, and the licensing fees paid for some of the images the price is the same as for other bespoke scarves, and at a very significant discount on the original retail price.
They are printed in England, and normally delivered in less than 6 weeks, often 4 or 5 weeks. We'll notify you when it's about to be sent.
You save upto £150 on the retail price, and pay only a small premium on the website price of stocked scarves.
As this scarf is being produced exclusively for you, you will appreciate why bespoke orders cannot be cancelled prior to delivery, and returns are only accepted if delivery takes longer than stated, or there is a fault with the printing of the scarf.