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Beautifully cropped images of two classic Van Goghs, rendered into a six foot tall, four panel wide privacy screen. A solidly built, lightweight and opaque, with durable art quality canvas stretched onto sturdy, kiln dried wood frames. Divide a space, block the sun, hide an unsightly area, with some of the world's most beautiful art. Portable, practical four panel decorative design. Art quality canvas stretched onto sturdy mitered wood frames. Cropped prints of two classic Van Gogh paintings. Browse our expanded collection of popular impressionist art print floor screens .
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 ...
This is a somewhat shorter sized
room divider than most, about two thirds of the normal height of most three, four, five, and six paneled decorative screens. The hinged panels are well crafted from kiln dried, mitered Spruce wood. Art canvas fabric is ...
This majestic screen features two of
Vincent Van Gogh's most beloved paintings created later in his career in Arles, in the south of France (a place that biographers say he disliked, but that art historians say inspired him deeply). The front image is ...