Ivor Abrahams, 'Privacy Plots V: Hedge and Street' 1970

Ivor Abrahams
Privacy Plots V: Hedge and Street 1970
Screenprint and flock fibre on paper
image: 400 x 595 mm
Presented by Evelyne Abrahams, the artist's wife 1986© Ivor Abrahams

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