Bring out your inner animal lover with this splendid room divider featuring turn of the century commercial poster art. The image on the front is from prolific art nouveau artist Théophile Alexandre Steinlen featuring one of his favorite subjects: cats. The back side of this screen is graced by a poster for the 1901 Chicago Kennel Club Dog Show, painted by the acclaimed American animal artist George Ford Morris. These wonderful, stylish graphic art prints from bygone eras provide unique, urbane interior design elements perfect for your living room, bedroom, dining room, or kitchen. This three panel screen has different images on each side, as shown.
- High quality wood & fabric covered room divider - well constructed, extra durable, kiln dried Spruce wood frame panels, covered top to bottom, front, back, and edges, with tough stretched poly-cotton blend canvas.
- Two extra large, beautiful art prints, creating 2 stunning, long lasting, vivid images, powerful visual focal points for any room.
- Amazingly inexpensive, practical, portable, decorative accessory - almost entirely opaque, double layer of canvas, providing complete privacy. Easily block light from a bedroom window or doorway.
- Great home décor accent - for dividing a space, redirecting foot traffic, hiding unsightly areas or equipment, or for providing a background for plants or sculptures, or use to define a cozy, attractive spot for table and chairs in a larger room.
Dimensions: 15.75"W x 70.875"H (per panel)