The pen utilizes Visconti's eighteen-faceted design, with the many edges enhancing its vivid colors. A United States exclusive, it features rose gold trim and a stainless steel nib. A converter is included, and it also accepts standard international short cartridges.
Shortly after arriving in the city of Arles, in the south of France, Van Gogh became intrigued by the flowering fruit trees that populated the orchards there in the spring of 1888. He began to paint many flowering fruit trees like peach, almond, apricot, and peach. Orchard in Blossom is dated April 1888 and is thought to depict plum trees in full bloom. This beautiful painting is currently on display at the Scottish National Museum, Edinburgh.
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