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A lovely and elegant wall paper pattern screen, with uniquely attractive, large fleur de lis medallions, black on white on one side and white on black on the other, printed onto a limited number of portable, durable, 3 panel canvas room dividers. Carefully constructed reinforced wood frames of hardy, kiln dried Spruce- covered top to bottom, front and back, and on the edges, with stretched poly-cotton blend canvas. Printed with high saturation ink to create a beautiful, long lasting image. Almost entirely opaque- very little light can pass through the double layer of canvas, offering complete privacy, very tough and durable, yet light and portable. Great for dividing space, providing privacy, hiding unsightly areas or equipment, background for plants or sculptures, or defining a cozy space. Available in 3 panels only, provides about 3;frac12; feet of width when displayed as shown above. Great accent for modern eclectic interior design and decor, simple, subtle decorative art with a European flair, retro and contemporary, as well as practical, effective, folding room divider.
Presenting two powerful paintings from France's
famous "anti impressionist" impressionist painter Edgar Degas. The subjects of both paintings, as with many of Degas' most acclaimed works, are ballet dancers. The front image is Blue Dancers, circa 1890 , featuring dancers in deep sapphire ...
Bring home the splendor of the
Belle;Eacute;poque with these art deco poster prints from turn of the century Paris. On the front is a famous advertisement by Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, renowned illustrator and feline aficionado from the Montmartre artist community. This classic poster ...
Our series of Japanese art prints
continues with a pair of beautiful images enlarged specifically for our screens. On the front is a simple, subtle, black ink Sumi e style painting of a bamboo tree, with Japanese characters and red ownership "chop" stamp ...