Cattle Crossing - Cotton Fabric by the YARD

  • $60.00

Sold in full-yard increments. Two-yard minimum order.

Cattle Crossing is a stunning view of sprawling trees and fiery foliage that meld into a distant stream. The original piece was oil painted on canvas in the 1600's by Dutch landscapist Jacob Van Ruisdael. Born to a family of painters, Ruisdael's technique of accurately capturing trees through rich displays of color and mood were ahead of his time. His depictions were so detailed, that modern-day botanists have been able to identify the subjects of his landscapes. Honoring his commitment to bold, rustic beauty, the electronic copy of his original work has been retouched and engineered by the Marketplace Textiles team in order to make this the perfect choice for slipcovers and upholstery.

The scenic landscape repeats horizontally every 72". The 64" tall railroaded image includes two 6" tall sections repeated at the top and bottom to be used for cushion boxing. The cloth is a durable 7.7oz, 100% Cotton Drill, printed on demand using the latest pigment inkjet technology.