What is the correct dimensions of the different size panels? Top heading says 17 X 20. Product details STATES 17 x 10 each. Image dimensions state 20" high X 17" wide X 1" deep. Dimensions states 17" X 20". Really like the art but am totally confused on the correct dimensions.
Palm Tree Shadows Triptych Art
ITEM#: 14741576The newest is fascination in wall art is the oversized Triptych look featuring original art, these large pieces (approx. 17 x 10 each) form one image spread over several panels. It is the perfect oversized piece for your main walls. Whether it is a cityscape, an abstract or a modern, there is something for everyone. Edges are hand painted and they come with sawtooth hangers on the back for instant use.
- Artist: Pete Tillack
- Title: Palm tree shadows
- Product type: Triptych Art
- Style: Contemporary
- Format: Triptych
- Size: Medium
- Subject: Contemporary
- Image dimensions: 7 in. W x 18 in. H (middle panel) 6 in. W x 14 in. H (outside panels)
|Materials||MDF Fiberboard, metal hanger|
|Product Features||Made in USA|
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One piece is 7? x 18? and two pieces are 6? x 13.5?. We apologize for the confusion. We are working to correct this problem.
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