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Arts and Crafts Folding Screen w/ Superb Lithographs by Emma Florence Harrison 1911 Topply Tilts

Emma Florence Harrison was a Pre-Raphaelites artist who went by the shortened name Florence Harrison. Her works include painting and prints and the highly collectible children' s art. Her first publish work of Topply Tilts was 1907.
Here is a wonder Arts and Crafts three section folding screen with four panels of illustrations and two panels of illustrated text dated 1911 and published by the initials "S_H".
Size: The screen is approx. 5 feet tall with each panel being approx 18" wide, total measurements is approx. 5 feet tall x 6 feet wide.

Each lithograph is mounted on the screen and screen has green paint around the lithograph. The paint is original to the piece. The folding screen is trimmed in a dark colored oil cloth which is period for this type of object.
This is a wonder chance to have such an early lithograph by this famous artist and to also to have such a wonderful Arts and Crafts object for your house and or collection.

Condition: The overall condition is very good with some minor scuffs to the lithographs and other areas, please see the photos included. If you need more photos or have any questions, please feel free to email me.

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Due the size and weight this item will need additional shipping services. Local Pick up can be arranged in 21211. Special delivery can be arranged, please email me your shipping address before purchase to get a quote. 

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