Marketed during a traveling exhibition as essentially "American", and a patriotic image of the American wilderness, Twilight in the Wilderness by Frederic Edwin Church (1826 - 1900) does not depict a specific place. Church created it by combining several different sketches made in Maine and New York. The dramatic light electrifying the entire composition is based on sunsets he witnessed from the window of his New York City studio. These coasters are reproductions of Church's beautiful fictitious landscape, and will easily bring the poetry of the American wilderness inside your home.
Material: Tempered glass
Size: 4" x 4"