Judith And The Head Of Holofernes Men's Crew Socks
Judith and the Head of Holofernes is an oil painting by Austrian painter Gustav Klimt, painted in 1901. It depicts the biblical figure Judith holding the head of Holofernes; after beheading him. The beheading and its aftermath have been portrayed in art since the Renaissance and Baroque periods. Crafted with Klimt’s highly decorative style, the picturesque image, these timeless Holofernes socks make a fresh statement. Lend a touch of legend to your wardrobe with these men's Judith and the Head of Holofernes socks. Deep blue background and gold threads woven in to mosaic-like decorative elements help bring Klimt's elaborate work to life on these socks. Content: 57% Cotton 40% Nylon 2% Spandex 1% Other Fiber. Fits approximate men's shoe sizes 6–12.5.