In May 1889, Van Gogh voluntarily committed himself to an asylum near the small town of Saint-Rémy in Provence. His doctors soon gave him permission to paint on day excursions to surrounding fields. While walking through Saint-Rémy that November, he was impressed by the sight of men repairing a road beneath immense plane trees. These placemats featuring Van Gogh’s painting The Large Plane Trees are made from silky food-grade, hand silk-screened silicone, the mats won’t crease or rip. The mats are ideal for travel and mealtime activities. Nurturing the inner artist in every child, the mats are doodle-friendly with the use of washable or dry erase markers-save paper/save trees, just clean off with a damp cloth or rinse. Color again and again. non-porous + germ-free surface. Free of BPA, lead, latex, phthalates + other harsh chemicals.
Size: 12"x 16"