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1930s WPA-Style Steeplechase Three-Panel Dressing Screen

1930s WPA-Style Steeplechase Three-Panel Dressing Screen

Thundering horse scenes adorn this spectacular painted screen that came out of the Los Angeles area. Measuring 63" x 57", the fascinating piece is extremely functional and engaging in any home. It is an important example of the enigmatic WPA (Work Progress Authority) style of talented artists and craftsmen finding work through the social programs of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

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