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Frank Bowling, Benjamin Run - Contemporary Art, Abstract Art, Signed Print
By Frank Bowling
Located in Hamburg, DE
Sir Frank Bowling OBE, RA (b. 1934, in British Guiana) Benjamin Run, 2020 Medium: Lithograph on paper Dimensions: 76 x 49.5 cm Edition of 40: Signed and numbered by hand Condition: Mint
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Frank Bowling Art

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Lithograph

Towards Crab Island
By Frank Bowling
Located in New York, NY
Frank Bowling Towards Crab Island, 2018 Hand Signed Digital print on photographic rag paper 840 x 510 mm 20 1/10 × 33 1/10 in 51 × 84 cm Edition of 75
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2010s Frank Bowling Art

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Digital

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