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Cropped versions of two of Monet's most beautiful works, rendered into a six foot, four panel folding screen. A solidly built, lightweight, practical partition, with durable art quality canvas stretched onto sturdy, kiln dried wood frames. Some of the world's most beautiful art, crafted into an elegant decorative accessory. Portable, practical four panel decorative design. Art quality canvas stretched onto sturdy mitered wood frames. Colorful, cropped prints of two of Monet's most beautiful paintings. Browse our expanded collection of popular impressionist art print floor screens .
Embrace the delicacy of feminine beauty
with two jaw dropping masterpieces by turn of the century Art Nouveau Symbolist Gustav Klimt. On the front is the breathtaking Portrait of Adele Bloch Bauer, circa 1907 , a reproduction of the gilded Jungendstil style masterpiece, ...
Embrace your inner gardener with two
lovely paintings from turn of the century seed catalogs. The front image is from the Conrad Jones Co. New Floral Guide, Spring 1899 featuring brilliant red irises. The picture on the back is from W. A. Burpee ...
Adorn your home with a pair
of classic 19th century impressionist paintings from one of France's most famous and influential impressionist painters, Pierre August Renoir. The front is the timeless Dance at Bougival, circa 1883 , with it's bold colors and compelling and ...