Van Gogh Museum Courtesan (after Eisen) Bearbrick 1000%
Van Gogh based this painting on a woodcut by the Japanese artist Kesai Eisen. Van Gogh used a grid to copy and enlarge the Japanese figure. He used bright colours and bold outlines, as if it were a woodcut.
Van Gogh framed the courtesan with a pond full of water lilies, bamboo stems, cranes and frogs. This scene has a hidden meaning: grue (crane) and grenouille (frog) were French slang words for 'prostitute'.
Using the hydro dipped printing technique, every set of Van Gogh Museum Courtesan (after Eisen) bearbrick depicts a unique perspective of the artwork.
Manufacturer: Medicom Toy
Height (approx.): 70cm | 27.5"