Two bold and beautiful images emblazon the panels of this fine canvas room divider, as we continue our series of early 20th century art deco/art nouveau travel posters. The front is a poster announcing the 1933 World's Fair, A Century of Progress, held in Chicago to commemorate 100 years of technological advancement in the Windy City. On the back is a retro style travel poster highlighting San Francisco's iconic red cable cars that is contemporaneous in style, but is actually the work of acclaimed contemporary artist Kerne Erickson. These simple, attractive interior design elements will bring vintage panache to 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
- 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
- Printed with fade resistant, high color saturation ink, creating 2 stunning, long lasting and vivid images
- Panels are double hinged, to bend in either direction
15 Issues of Wine Spectator
Included with purchase ($10 value).
See something odd?
Report it here.