7 October 2016
Djordie Ozbolt (b. 1967)
L’Afrique c’est chic (Africa is Chic)
acrylic on board
diameter: 24in. (61cm.)
Painted in 2005
Herald St, London.
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2006.
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A. Renton (ed.), Cranford Collection, vol. 02, Guernsey 2009, p. 142 (illustrated in colour, p. 38).
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