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LES FEMMES DE LA REVOLUTION. AFTER ANSELM KIEFER. 1992.

£400.00

1 in stock

Description

Little Sparta: Wild Hawthorn Press, 1992
70 x 82cm, full colour offset lithograph with a reproduced painting by Gary Hincks of various weeds and flowers – each named after a prominent woman of the French Revolution. Charlotte Corday, the heroine who murdered the evil Marat in his bath, is shown as a nettle and Marie-Antoinette as a lily. The work is subtitled as “after Anselm Kiefer” who produced a major sculptural installation of the same name with beds made out of lead for each woman.
One of only 250 issued. VG+ condition.
We offer this here for £100 cheaper than one can buy it from Finlay’s estate.