A Tent in the Rockies
about 1916John Singer Sargent, American, 1856-1925
Sargent began many of his watercolors with careful pencil drawings that laid out the overall composition of each picture. If you look closely you can see traces of pencil in the folds of the tent’s opening. Light and shade effects, however, were rarely indicated through pencil under-drawings. Sargent would leave that to the skill of his brush in mixing colors, giving his watercolors their fresh beauty.
This throw features Sargent's A Tent in the Rockies
, located in the Blue 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 USAs this is a custom product, please allow 2-3 weeks lead time