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The Fern Forest Platter from Anthropologie is Hand-Crafted

 - Nov 14, 2013
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The Fern Forest Platter from home and fashion retailer Anthropologie embodies a nostalgic aesthetic that is brought to life with artist Rebecca Rebouche's illustrations. The folk art inspired home decor piece marries mixed media paintings and sculptural motifs.

Based in Louisiana, Rebecca creates works that pay tribute to a romantic, Southern aesthetic, synonymous with Gone With the Wind heroine and original southern belle Scarlett O'Hara.

The Fern Forest Platter from Anthropologie depicts a whimsical forest scene that is inhabited by a white rabbit, a bird and even a winged fawn that stands far in the drawing's distant backdrop. The painted illustration is accented with decorative edges and a flower-enriched frame decal that displays stunning color combinations.