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This stunning Frank Lloyd Wright Triple Tree of Life Wood Art Screen Wall Panel measures 35.5" x 23.5" x 0.5" depth and has been created in laser cut cherry veneered MDF. The Frank Lloyd Wright Tree of Life Wood Art Screen Wall Panel design is found in several variations in Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin D. Martin House. The house contains nine primary art glass themes, many interrelated. The Tree of Life art glass window was designed to allow the geometric natural forms to bring in the outdoors while providing additional privacy. Includes sawtooth hanger and hardware.
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