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Manhattan's Flat Iron Building is an iconic piece of the city's skyline. It is shown here in a dramatic black and white photo, seen through the branches of trees in winter. The reverse side shows the Manhattan skyline with a focus on the Chrysler Building, which is considered by many to be one of the finest buildings in New York City. Wood frame covered in durable canvas. City theme features two famous New York skyscrapers. Blocks light and provides privacy. This screen is part of a collection of a dozen room dividers with prints of famous architectural landmarks. If cityscapes appeal to you, then use this either as a huge piece of wall art, or as a unique decorative room divider.
These stunning images, different on front
and back, are heads of cast silver statues of Buddha in meditation. Beautiful Buddhist art of 16th or 17th century Southeast Asian origin, possibly Thai, Burmese, Vietnamese or Cambodian. Photographed on a deep black background, printed onto ...
These two vivid water front photographs
highlight the difference between cold oceans and tropical waters. The front side image is a beautiful shot of the sapphire blue Atlantic; the backside image is an equally beautiful photo of the emerald green Caribbean. Two beautiful ...
One of a series of several
Japanese art design room dividers, the images printed on the front and back are reproductions of classic turn of the century block art prints of traditional Japanese geisha. The front side is a geisha holding a parasol, ...