Fleece Throw: Garden of Poppies

Garden of Poppies
about 1891
John Appleton Brown, American,1844-1902

John Appleton Brown was a landscape painted and pastellist who had studied in France with Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot (1796-1875). Brown established himself in a Boston studio in 1875 and concentrated upon creating poetic and pastoral depictions of the New England landscape. In Garden of Poppies, Brown employs a bright pallet to create the freshness of poet Celia Thaxter's Appledore Island garden. 

This throw features Brown's Garden of Poppies, located in the Yellow Room of the Museum. The lap blanket's outside displays a phenomenally clear reproduction of Sargent's painting on plush silk-touch microfiber fleece and a Sherpa fleece underside.  
Measures approximately 4 x 5 feet
Made in the US