Beautiful gifts inspired by Almond Blossom

Van Gogh's later paintings are very expressive and full of colour. Like Almond Blossom from 1890. Large blossoming almond flower sprays against a blue sky. It was a gift to his brother Theo and his wife Jo. They named their newborn son after the painter: Vincent Willem. Delighted by the good news, Van Gogh painted this work. Inspired by Almond Blossom, we developed various gifts for the Van Gogh Museum. Such as an L-file (insert cover), a desk planner, a notebook and an A5 address book with a soft cover. The lantern holder is also a nice gift, which is also available with sunflowers.

Van Gogh calendars

Have you always wanted a Van Gogh on your wall? Then choose a monthly calendar from Bekking & Blitz. Each month focuses on a different work. You can choose a large format calendar (30 x 30 cm) or a mini calendar (17 x 17 cm). The calendars have a logical and clear layout with space for notes.

Development in our own Studio Blitz

We develop all products that we sell in our webshop in our own Studio Blitz. This also applies to the products of the Van Gogh collection. We make works of art from works of art. We do this with respect for the original. Our designs are always surprising and of high quality. Nice to buy, for yourself or for someone else.

Who was Vincent van Gogh?

Vincent van Gogh was born in 1853 in Zundert, North Brabant. He only became an artist at the age of 27. He previously worked as a clerk in an art dealership, schoolmaster, Bible salesman, assistant pastor, and evangelist. He taught himself the basics of drawing and painting. In the first years, he painted in Brabant and Drenthe, where he was inspired by peasant life. In 1885 he moved to Antwerp, where he briefly attended the academy. At the end of 1886, Vincent moved in with his brother Theo in Paris. He supported him financially and morally. In the southern French Arles, he found his expressive, dynamic painting style in strong colours. Vincent van Gogh died in 1890, after a turbulent life.

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