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''Head of a Woman in Front of Sunflowers'' by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner-Coaster

''Head of a Woman in Front of Sunflowers'' by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner-Coaster

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    Elevate your home/office decor with our unique coasters!

    Not just functional, but also beautiful:

    Our coasters feature elegant holders that transform them into mini display stands.

    Add a touch of art to your home with our Head of a Woman in Front of Sunflowers coaster.

    This high-quality cork coaster features a stunning sublimation print of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner's iconic 1906 painting. The painting depicts the profile of a woman sitting in front of a vase filled with yellow sunflowers. The woman is depicted in Kirchner's characteristic style, with simplified forms and bold colors.

    The coaster is 3.74 inches in diameter and 1/6 inch thick, making it the perfect size for your coffee table, bar, or dining room. It is durable and long-lasting, so you can enjoy it for years to come.

    This coaster is a great way to add a touch of color and personality to your home décor. It is also a perfect gift for any art lover or fan of Kirchner's work.

    About the painting:

    Head of a Woman in Front of Sunflowers is one of Kirchner's most famous paintings. It was painted in 1906, during Kirchner's time in Dresden, where he was a founding member of the Die Brücke artist group. The painting is influenced by Kirchner's interest in non-Western art, and the woman's face is rendered in a mask-like style that is reminiscent of African art.

    About the artist:

    Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938) was a German painter and printmaker. He is considered one of the most important German Expressionist artists of the 20th century. Kirchner's work is characterized by its bold colors, strong brushwork, and emotional intensity.

    Kirchner was a founding member of Die Brücke (The Bridge), an artist group that was instrumental in the development of German Expressionism. Die Brücke artists were inspired by the work of Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin, and they sought to create art that was expressive of their inner emotions.

    Kirchner's work was controversial during his lifetime, but he is now recognized as one of the most important artists of his generation. His work is held in the collections of major museums around the world.

    Order your coaster today and add a touch of whimsy to your space!

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