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Sturdy, portable folding screen, built from art quality canvas stretched over kiln dried wood frame panels. On both sides is a collage of three of Gustav Klimt's most well-known works. Add a splash of warm color and artistic design to the interior of any room, home or office. Double sided privacy screen, just under six feet tall. Canvas stretched over three mitered wood frames. Enlarged, cropped images of three of Klimt's most recognized works. See our entire collection of impressionist art print room dividers .
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. ...
This screen features two works from
the world's most famous bohemian. Gustav Klimt is revered by many as the most important of the "post-impressionist" painters. These prints are considered to be two of his most beautiful pieces of fine art. Ripe with symbolism, ...
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 ...