DESCRIPTION: A second period, 1920-30, Arts and Crafts hand-painted leather screen consisting of six hinged panels. The top two-thirds of each panel is painted with New England scenes following the four seasons. Nancy Newhall was born May 9, 1908 in Lynn, Massachusetts. She attended Smith College, and later married Beaumont Newhall, the curator of photography at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. She substituted for him in that role while he served during World War II. She is best known for writing the text to accompany photographs by Ansel Adams and Edward Weston in their books. MEASUREMENTS: Each panel 18-3/4" wide x 86" high. CONDITION: Wear and toning consistent with age. Craquelure.