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  • Rolando Peñate

    Mexican Modernist Screen, México, 1950s. Fantastic and unique wooden screen from the best of Mexican Modernism era. Made for a house in Pedregal, Mexico City during the 1950s, this screen consists of three separate pieces that go intertwined. The resulting geometric figures are impressive. Measurements: height, 7 ft. 8.9 in.; depth, 7.87 in.; width/length, 9 ft. 10.1 in.

  • Angela de Rocha

    Eugenio Escudero Mid Century modern Wooden Screen Mexico

  • Kathleen Fournier

    México 1950s wooden screen. Crestview Doors

  • Lisa Strassberger

    1950's Wooden Screen Room Divider

  • Nest Vintage Home

    Eugenio Escudero Modernist Screen | From a unique collection of antique and modern screens at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more- furniture-collectibles/screens/ #midcentury #vintage

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