8 April 2009
Queen Ntombi Twala, from Reigning Queens (F. & S. II.349A)
screenprint in colours with diamond dust, 1985, from the set of 16, on Lenox Museum Board, signed in pencil, numbered R15/30 (there were also five artist's proofs), published by G. Mulder, Amsterdam, printed by Rupert Jasen Smith, with his blindstamp lower right, the full sheet, the tips of the sheet corners creased minor rubbing to the orange background, otherwise in very good condition
L., S. 1000 x 800 mm.
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