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Two extraordinary images of the architecture of America's most famous city, one a stately image of the Empire State Building, dominating the daytime skyline, the other, the storied Brooklyn bridge, beautifully lit in a nighttime photo, with lower Manhattan in the background, before the attacks of September 11th. Compelling cityscapes, printed on a limited number of six foot tall, three panel room divider screens. 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. Simple, neutral black and white photographs- powerful, symbolic urban art, as well as durable, portable, practical, partitions.
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