Cover your bed or wall, or WRAP YOURSELF IN FINE ART!
Presenting unfinished fleece panels of the
A Sunday Afternoon
on the Island of La Grand Jatte
by Georges Seurat
This panel is made of a super-soft, anti-pill fleece fabric and is a stunning reproduction of the famous painting on display at the Art Institute of Chicago. What makes this painting so unique is that it took Seurat 2 years to paint it because it contains no brush strokes - the entire scene was created using thousands upon thousands of paint dots, like the pixel dots in our TVs, computer monitors and digital cameras.
It will make a fantastic blanket, throw or 3-D wall hanging. At 5 feet in width this panel is huge, although not nearly as big as the actual work which is over 10½ feet wide! Can't sew? No problem. Fleece is the newest 'miracle fabric' because it won't unravel or fade. To make a simple "no-sew" blanket just trim off the edges and round off the corners. That's it.
You may remember this painting in the classic film "Ferris Bueller's Day Off". In the museum scene Ferris' best friend, Cameron, is totally mesmerized by the little girl in the white dress.
WIDTH; 60" not including white border trim
COMPOSITION; 100% polyester
CARE; Machine wash warm, nonchlorine bleach, tumble dry, remove promptly
[ ALL fabrics are shipped with the manufacturer's care instructions - no guessing! ]
Special purchase, so grab it if you want it.
We only have 3 and we don't ever expect to get these again!