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Prefab77 'Let it Reign (Vicious Pink II)' Signed, Limited Edition Print

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Prefab77 (British, 20th c.) Let in Reign (Vicious Pink II) Screenprint in 6 colors with deluxe metallic inks on 310 gsm Vicious Pink specialty paper Annotated 'AP' (artist's proof) lower left (Total edition size of 25) Signed by the artist in white ink, lower right. Signed in plate lower right. Embossed with artist's stamp lower right Unframed: 29 3/4in H x 22 in L *Framed image is for inspirational purposes only Prefab77 a.k.a. Peter Manning is a UK based artist whose origins and influences are in England, California and New York. His current work is a culmination of all his influences and obsessions. Weaving small pieces of popular culture; money, street, religious, musical and political affiliations, into visually beautiful allegorical portraits, they express an abstract idea or convey a meaning not explicitly set forth in the narrative. A modern fable, a story or a warning, often political, sometimes anti-establishment but always beautiful.
  • Creator:
    Prefab77 (British)
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 29.75 in (75.57 cm)Width: 22 in (55.88 cm)Depth: 0.02 in (0.51 mm)
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  • Condition:
    In very good condition. Vibrant colors. No issues to note.
  • Gallery Location:
    San Rafael, CA
  • Reference Number:
    Seller: 111-5701stDibs: LU1084113282762
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