Visconti Van Gogh Series Fountain Pen – Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman

Van Gogh spent the last few months of his life in Auver-sur-Oise, a small quiet town just north of Paris, after he left the asylum in Saint-Remy in May 1890. The painter was highly productive in Auvers and often went out into the countryside to work in the open air and paint landscapes with cottages and rural scenes.

Van Gogh began the painting of a vineyard with a pencil drawing. Then he added oil paint and watercolour in many different shades of blue. He painted some of the roofs red, but these have since faded to brown. Because he left large areas of the paper blank, the colour white plays a large role in the scent.

The drawing in in the collection of the Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.


Visconti’s Van Gogh series fountain pens are made from an acrylic resin that is mixed in such a way as to represent the palettes of oil paint Van Gogh used in creating this Masterpiece. The pen’s shape is made up of an eighteen-faceted design so the many edges enhance the pen’s vivid colours.

The Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman fountain pen features silver trim that is palladium coated. The stainless steel nib has a dedicated “Van Gogh” inscribed nib in addition to the Visconti name. The pen comes with a converter so you can use either standard international short cartridges or the converter. The clip is engraved with the Visconti logo. The cap has the Visconti “V” on its finial and the bottom edge of the cap is trimmed in silver metal and has “Van Gogh” stamped in it.

The gift set is finished with its own special edition ink colour of steel blue. The box also contain a book mark that contains part of the image of this Masterpiece. All of these items are packaged in a beautiful gift box whose lid contains an image of Van Gogh’s Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman.

A stunning collector’s set for those who love both fountain pens and Post-Impressionism Fine Art.

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Fine, Medium