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Framed ‘Willendorf ice skates at the Royal Pavilion’
Fine Art Giclée Print on German Etching Paper of an Original Watercolour & Pen, Signed on the mount by the Artist. Overall dimensions of the silver frame are approx 29 x 24 cm, and it is ready to hang or stand.
Inspired by the Willendorf Venus / Woman, a circa 28,000 year-old Mother Goddess statuette on display in the Vienna Natural History Museum. This voluptuous little figure is dressed in a winter ice skating outfit which would not have looked out-of-place in a 1940s Hollywood film starring Sonja Henie. She winks at the viewer as she poses with the Royal Pavilion as her dramatic backdrop.
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Fine Art Giclée Print on German Etching Paper and signed on the mount by the artist. Overall dimensions of the silver frame are approx 29 x 24 cm, and it is ready to hang or stand.
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