A hand-painted folding screen fancifully illustrated with images of children’s storybook themes.
Place of Origin
Date of Manufacture
Early 20th Century
60 in. H x 50 in. W x 21 in. D
152 cm H x 127 cm W x 53 cm D
New York, NY
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