Characterized by bright primary color, an almost cubist portrayal of animals, stark simplicity and a profound sense of emotion, painter and printmaker Franz Marc’s work is considered German Expressionism. Stables, the last major work based on his favorite subject, the horse, was completed in 1913; in it, the images of horse and stables are almost indistinguishable. By the time he painted Stables, he had concluded that abstract forms would allow him to link the horses in the picture with nature as a whole, and even with the totality of existence. Color your world with a RainCaper from the Fine Art Collection; a must have accessory for museum patrons and stylish women, the reversible rain poncho and travel cape is a wearable work of art. Sport the Stables print side out for a bold look; reverse to Royal for a sophisticated neutral that goes anywhere. The reversible, fashionable hooded rain wrap offers elegant protection from rain and wind. The ultra-versatile RainCaper may be worn all year long. Rain or Shine!