Girl With a Pearl Earring, 1665
Created in 1665 during the Baroque period, Girl With a Pearl Earring is one of the most recognizable pieces of art from this era, and undoubtedly Johannes Vermeer’s masterpiece. Girl With a Pearl Earring draws comparisons to da Vinci’s Mona Lisa because of the singular female subject and the enigmatic expression worn by the subject. Vermeer originally titled the painting, Girl With a Turban. Turbans were a popular costume prop at the time since the intricate folds and layers of the headpiece allowed artists to display their technical skill. It was not until the latter part of the 20th century that the name was changed.
Taking wearable art to an entirely new level, this famous 17th century painting has been re-imagined by The Mountain using the medium of ink on fabric.
We are pioneers of water-based ink and have perfected its use to create photo-realistic imagery that is not attainable by other screen printers. Feel comfortable inside and out with our 100% cotton, eco-friendly tees.
- Pre-Shrunk, Medium Weight, 100% Cotton
- Relaxed, Classic Fit
- Printed With Soft, Non-Toxic Water-Based Inks
- Reinforced Double-Stitching On All Seams
*This item is printed on demand. Please allow 7-10 days for delivery.*