Rare Painted Floor Screen by Salvador Corona, circa 1938 of Vera Cruz Harbor


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A rare harbor scene painted upon a hinged four-panel wooden floor screen created by Salvador Corona in Mexico in 1938.
The buildings, birds, foliage, clothing details, and fish have applied aluminum foil with translucent lacquer paint to give the appearance of gold and silver leaf. The screen is bordered with shoe laces painted with gold paint and appliqued cutouts of fish and air bubbles
The reverse is an ivory back ground painted grouping of various local scenes.
Salvador Corona was one of four representatives for Mexico at the national booth at the 1939 Worlds Fair.
The screen is in excellent condition. Offered by Appleton

Product Specifications

Depth: 1
Width: 72
Height: 72
Lead Time
Varies (Limited Edition)

Vintage Specifications

Salvador Corona

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