Garden of Poppies Scarf

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. 

100% Polyester
Machine Washable

33 x 45 inches



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