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We used this screen at the end of our sunroom that faces the neighbors. The tree scene blends in with the trees surrounding the sunroom and blocks our sunroom from our neighbors view....
Canvas 6-foot 6-panel Path of Life Room Divider (China)
Featuring a realistic-looking path through a forest of trees, this pathway 6-panel room divider will add beauty to any room. Whether purely for decoration or to provide privacy in your room, the divider is a beautiful display of nature.
ITEM#: 13433243This beautiful decorative folding screen is crafted from quality art canvas on sturdy wood frames. Nature photographs decorate both sides of the screen, with a tree-lined road on one side and a rushing creek on the other.
- Design: Double-sided, 'Path of Life'
- Style: Decorative/artistic
- Primary color: Green
- Room/Setting: Indoor
- Art types/media: Photographic art
- Board frame: Wood
- Board type: Free standing
- Number of panels: Six
- Material: Wood, canvas
- Screen height: 6 feet
- Average standing width (as shown in image): 77 inches
- Flat dimensions: 70.875 inches high x 96 inches wide x 0.75 inch thick
Story Behind the Art:
This handcrafted item and many others come from a third-generation family-run workshop in mainland China. Their skills have been passed down for many generations. We are proud to support them in their quest to keep their age-old techniques alive for future generations. Many of the artists are hired out of semi-retirement to work from home, training the next generation to become master craftsmen.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill will create variations in color, size and design. Color differences may occur between the actual product and your computer screen. If buying two of the same item, slight differences will occur from piece to piece.
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We used this screen at the end of our sunroom that faces the neighbors. The tree scene blends in with the trees surrounding the sunroom and blocks our sunroom from our neighbors view.Read More
The 6 panel screen with the photos of nature scenes are absolutely gorgeous and exceeded my expectations. They make a dramatic statement in my guest room and contribute to the feeling of peace and restfulness.Read More
Fuctional and decorative. A splendid way to bring the feeling and perspective of wooded outdoor scenes indoors.Read More
The canvas room divider is vivid and bright, just as depicted online. It actually enlivened an otherwise dull area of my space. I have been using the river rocks image because it has a little more interest and detail, but both sides are very nice. It is light enough to carry around and place, yet it doesn't feel flimsy. I thought it would be huge, considering it is a six panel unit, but it is moderately sized and will fit well in a medium-sized room.Read More
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Attractive style and length of divider
How wide are the gaps in these dividers?
Hello nancym, the space is approximately 1/2 inch between each panel. Thank you for shopping with us!
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