STUDY OF RIPPLED SAND WITH TWO ROCKS
signed, titled, dated 1986/7 and inscribed on the reverse
mixed media, resin and fibreglass
106 by 75.5cm.; 41¾ by 30in.
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Structurally sound, there are one of two very tiny casting marks apparent to the extreme edge, only visible upon very close inspection. There appears a tiny possible chip to the extreme edge in the bottom right hand corner, again only visible upon extremely close inspection. There is a further tiny spot of loss in the very bottom right hand corner. This excepting the work appears in very good overall condition.
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