These socks are based on an 1890 painting by Paul Signac found at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
Felix Fénéon was not an artist himself, but around the turn of the 20th century he was an integral part of the Parisian art scene and one of its most fascinating characters. Felix was an art dealer, collector, curator, political activist, critic, and friend of Signac who shared his interests in science and Japanese prints. He discovered Georges Seurat and coined the term Neo-Impressionism, an art movement that Seurat would lead with Paul Signac. This painting is a pulsating affirmation of Neo-impressionist theory and pointillist technique.
Materials: 80% Combed Cotton, 17% Polyamide, 3% Elastane.
- Sizes -
Large: 8-12 (Men) / 10-12½ (Women)
Medium: 4½-7½ (Men) / 6-9½ (Women)
Made in Portugal using the most advanced craftsmanship to produce the finest seamless socks.