If you order this screen (or one of the others like it), be aware that the wooden frame is made of balsa or something so light and fragile that it gets chipped and damaged at the least bump. And shipping creates lots of bumps, especially on the corners. My screen had a chip on a corner that I didn't see till I opened it out to hang it. In addition, one of the brass corner was sort of pushed in. Too much of a hassle to send it back, especially when I no longer had the box. Also know that the "hardware" they send to hang it consists of two paper-thin pieces of metal that you must screw into the frame, thereby providing a place to hang it. But you need to supply your own wall hooks, which will be visible above the frame. So choose your hooks carefully. Finally, the quality of the painting looks sort of like a combination of amateur brushwork along with stencilling. It's fine as background art, but I wouldn't spend too much time looking closely at it! All in all, feels worth about $75-$100 mainly due to size. Definitely not worth what I paid ($$$). Does the job in the large space I had to fill.