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Part of a beautiful collection of six foot tall wildlife photographs, printed on affordable, portable, and durable canvas covered, image printed room dividers. An extra wide six panel design, with a remarkable action photo of a galloping herd of white horses on one side, black horses on the other. Rare, substantial 6 panel decorative floor screen. Durable, lightweight art quality canvas stretched on sturdy wood frames. Powerful, beautiful action photos of galloping horses. Browse our large collection of wildlife; nature print room dividers .
Eye catching photographs, meaningful for any
gambler, any poker player, any American are the focal subject of this room divider. The front, a close up color photograph of a winning poker hand, with poker chips on a green felt game table and the ...
Calm, innocent Tweety Bird and the
crazy, marauding Tasmanian Devil, a study in contrasts, from the light hearted, lively Looney Tune universe of vintage cartoon comedy. Outstanding image quality and color saturation on a limited edition panel screen design. A practical partition, privacy ...
Children's storybook scenes come to life
on the panels of this double sided room divider. The front is a cheerful sketch by Arthur Rackham entitled A Flushed and Boisterous Group, circa 1915 . It depicts Ebenezer Scrooge reliving joyous childhood memories from the ...