In all its 18,000 years, there has probably never been such a gloriously peaceful painting of France's Lake Annecy.
But then Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) had developed the knack of seeing deeply into natural landscapes, and representing with them with stunning accuracy and a strong sense of place, yet using Impressionist painting techniques.
That's what made him such an influential Post-Impressionist, and, as Matisse and Picasso described him, 'the father of us all'.
This beautiful painting (1899) makes for a truly remarkable scarf made all the more special by being able to say 'Yes, I am wearing a Cezanne'.
The image frame is a Weston Alpine Jasper.
The image has been licensed from the Courtauld Institute of Art.
The scarf is exclusive to Liberty London and this website.