This square microfiber eyeglass cleaning cloth was inspired by Vincent van Gogh's Bank of the Oise at Auvers, a favorite in the collection of the Detroit Institute of Arts. In July 1890, Van Gogh painted this colorful scene of boats for hire on the River Oise in Auvers, near Paris, France. A woman is seated in one boat and a man and woman are standing on the shore, Dense green trees and shrubs along the riverbank provide a lush backdrop for this depiction of working-class locals seeking pleasure during their only free weekend day.
Suitable for cleaning glasses, sunglasses, lenses, glass and Lucite displays, CD's, DVD's, smartphones and much much more.
Keep in your bag, car or desk so it's there when you need it.
Measures 6" x 6".
Custom designed for the Detroit Institute of Arts, this lens cloth is a nice memento of the painting and your visit to the DIA.