Kruseman scarf

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Old Masters and new Dutch Design

For Masterly The Hague, festival for old master painting & dutch design, Michael Barnaart is inspired by the paintings of the Cornelis Kruseman Foundation. Cornelis Kruseman (1797-1857) was a Dutch painter.

The “Italian” color palette that Cornelis Kruseman used for his paintings has been translated into an abstract, geometric composition for the trapeze dress and the matching scarf. The fabric is made in a traditional Dutch knitting atelier.


Size: 50 cm x 190 mm

Colours: black, cream, emerald, orange red, soft pink, maroon, ocher and azure.

Dutch design: designed and artisanal made in the Netherlands.

50% cotton / 50% acrylic

Wash at 30 degrees.


Discover all Michael Barnaart + Cornelis Kruseman designs.


Image: Masterly The Hague, paintings from the collection Cornelis Kruseman Foundation (details).

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