This unique piece of American folk art was probably owned by a portrait photographer, who used it to place his subjects in an attractive environment. Today it can create the impression of a window, with a view in a room that needs depth. It is framed at the top with a wooden canopy which houses the canvas on a spring tensioned roll-up rod for storage.
Canvas: 72” wide, by 84” long fully open
Canopy: 81”wide, 3.5” high, by 6” deep