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Dance like there's no tomorrow with two masterpieces painted by self-described "Realist" Edgar Degas. The image on the front is Green Dancer, circa 1880 , in which the "Anti-Impressionist" deftly accomplishes one of his goals as an artist: capturing the spontaneity of life. End of an Arabesque, circa 1877 on the back is a prime example of Degas eschewing the impressionist commonality of painting En Plein Air (outdoors), preferring instead to paint his subjects in a candid light. These timeless images will bring elegant accents to your living room, bedroom, dance studio or place of business. This three panel screen has different images on each side, as shown. High quality wood; fabric covered room divider - well constructed, extra durable, kiln dried Spruce wood frame panels, covered top to bottom, front, back, and edges, with tough stretched poly-cotton blend canvas. Two extra large, beautiful art prints - printed with fade resistant, high color saturation ink, creating 2 stunning, long lasting, vivid images, powerful visual focal points for any room. Amazingly inexpensive, practical, portable, decorative accessory - almost entirely opaque, double layer of canvas, providing complete privacy. Easily block light from a bedroom window or doorway. Great home décor accent - for dividing a space, redirecting foot traffic, hiding unsightly areas or equipment, or for providing a background for plants or sculptures, or use to define a cozy, attractive spot for table and chairs in a larger room.
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 ...
A pair of traditional Japanese images
adorn the panels of this exquisite screen. One side depicts a couple viewing the blossoming plum trees of early spring. Above them is a scroll with an excerpt from The Tale of Genji , penned by Murasaki ...
These stunning images, different on front
and back, are heads of cast silver statues of Buddha in meditation. Beautiful Buddhist art of 16th or 17th century Southeast Asian origin, possibly Thai, Burmese, Vietnamese or Cambodian. Photographed on a deep black background, printed onto ...