Orangutan in Monochrome Cross Stitch Pattern

USD$8.13

Art Nouveau Wildlife

If you need a symbol of relaxation and intelligence, why not cross stitch our gentle orangutan in white thread on black Aida cloth?

 

Description

Orangutan in Monochrome cross stitch was inspired by the 1914 woodcut ‘Orang oetan’ by Dutch painter and graphic artist Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita.

It’s a simple design of a gorgeous orangutan in Art Nouveau style. We just love those sleepy eyes, relaxed happy face, and super long arms. And the artist’s unique insignia is reproduced in the top left corner.

The Project

Orangutan in Monochrome cross stitch was designed specifically for 14 count black Aida cloth. The project measures 44.3 x 33.2cm and you’ll be completing 14,907 stitches. The project in NOT full coverage.

The Artist

Samuel Jessurun De Mesquita lived between 1868 and 1944 and painted in the Art Nouveau style. He was also a teacher. His artworks were often in black and white, depicting a range of wild animals and birds, fantastical scenes, portraits, and still life.

Browse the store for more Art Nouveau Samuel Jessurun De Mesquita.

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14 count Aida cloth 14,907 stitches (44.3 x 33.2cm)

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