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Wesley Sneijder Weekender Tote Bag featuring the painting Wesley Sneijder by Paul Meijering

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Wesley Sneijder Weekender Tote Bag

Paul Meijering

by Paul Meijering



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Product Details

Our weekender tote bags are chic and perfect for a day out on the town, a staycation, or a weekend getaway.   The tote is crafted with soft, spun poly-poplin fabric and features double-stitched seams for added durability.   The 1" thick cotton handles are perfect for carrying the bag by hand or over your shoulder.   This is a must-have for the summer.

Design Details

Wesley Sneijder - realistic acrylic painting of the Dutch football player Wesley Sneijder by the Dutch painter Paul Meijering - The Original... more

Care Instructions

Spot clean or dry clean only.

Ships Within

2 - 3 business days

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Comments (1)



One of my favorite players - love this painting! L

Paul Meijering replied:

Thank you very much, Sourav!;-) One of my favorites as well!;-))

Artist's Description

Wesley Sneijder - realistic acrylic painting of the Dutch football player Wesley Sneijder by the Dutch painter Paul Meijering - The Original painting is 120 x 90 cm and is SOLD

Wesley Sneijder (born 9 June 1984) is a Dutch professional footballer who plays for Turkish club Galatasaray and the Netherlands national team. He was named UEFA midfielder of the season and one of the three best midfielders in the world for 2010 by FIFA. A product of the AFC Ajax Academy, he previously played for Ajax, with whom he won seven trophies and was awarded the Johan Cruyff Trophy in 2004. He was sold to Real Madrid for €27 million in 2007, winning La Liga in his first season with the club and later being sold to Internazionale for €15 million. At Inter, he won Serie A, the UEFA Champions League, the FIFA Club World Cup, and two Coppa Italia. After being sold to Galatasaray for €7.5 million in 2013, he helped the club win the Süper Lig in his first season, following with the capture of the Tu...

About Paul Meijering

Paul Meijering

For almost 33 years now, Paul Meijering has been active with the paint brushes. As a 17- year old inspired youngster he joined the Academy of Arts in Enschede (Holland) in order to receive a native training in drawing- and painting technique. At that time (1980) the tendency of the abstract was running riot, and to his dismay and disappointment Paul found that the trade of the ancient masters was merely 'old hat', the realistic art being disregarded and looked down upon. After two years of useless botchery, there was only one conclusion to draw: "get autodidact, be a self-taught person!" Paul then left the academy to work for a living, but at the back of his mind there always loomed the passion of his life: to paint. At his spare time...