The pattern for this beautiful scarf comes from Vincent Van Gogh’s mesmerizing painting of a corridor in the asylum of Saint-Paul-de-Mausole in St. Rémy, where he spent twelve months near the end of his life. The buildings, remnants of a twelfth-century monastery, were divided into men's and women's wards, but most of the small cells looking out on the neglected garden were empty when Van Gogh was there. One of the rooms he was able to use as a studio. Printed using a vivid dye sublimation process on a Poly-Chiffon fabric that allows for rich colors with 70% visibility through the backside of the scarf. With rolled hem edges, this 16" x 72" scarf has a lovely feel, and will not fade with washing.