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The Olive Trees Case For The iPad Mini

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The Olive Trees Case For The iPad Mini
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Style: Case Savvy iPad Mini Glossy Finish Case

Shield your iPad Mini from daily damage with a customizable iPad Mini case. Made of lightweight hard shell plastic, this case clips onto the back of the iPad adding protection without the bulk. Made with a glossy finish, your designs, photos, and text will look great displayed on this one of a kind case.

  • Designed for Apple’s iPad Mini.
  • Hard shell plastic case with glossy finish.
  • Smart Cover compatible.
  • Access to all ports, controls & sensors.
  • Customize with photos, artwork and text.
  • Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customizable design area measures 5.85" x 8.45". For best results please add 1/3" bleed.
About This Design
The Olive Trees Case For The iPad Mini
Artist Vincent van Gogh Year 1889 Type Oil on canvas Dimensions 92 cm × 72.5 cm (36.2 in × 28.5 in) Location Museum of Modern Art (F712, JH1740) [1][2], New York, NY Vincent van Gogh painted at least 18 paintings of olive trees, mostly in Saint-Rémy in 1889. At his own request, he lived at an asylum there from May 1889 through May 1890 painting the gardens of the asylum and, when he had permission to venture outside its walls, nearby olive trees, cypresses and wheat fields. One painting, Olive Trees in a Mountainous Landscape, was a complement to The Starry Night. The olive tree paintings had special significance for Van Gogh. A group in May 1889 represented life, the divine and the cycle of life while those from November 1889 arose out of Van Gogh's attempt to symbolize his feelings about Christ in Gethsemane. His paintings of olive pickers demonstrate the relationship between man and nature by depicting one of the cycles of life, harvesting or death. It is also an example of how individuals, through interaction with nature, can connect with the divine. Van Gogh found respite and relief in interaction with nature. When the series of olive tree paintings was made in 1889 Van Gogh was subject to illness and emotional turmoil, yet the paintings are among his finest works.
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