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Malcolm Morley print `‘French Foreign Legionnaires Being Eaten by a Lion in the Sahara Desert’ from the `Fallacies of Enoch`, 1984, American
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Malcolm Morley print `‘French Foreign Legionnaires Being Eaten by a Lion in the Sahara Desert’ from the `Fallacies of Enoch`, 1984, American

Code: 10552

Price: £500 / $675 / €565

Dimensions:
Height: 75cm (29.5")     Width: 105cm (41.3")
Depth: 0.5cm (0.2")
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Malcolm Morley print `‘French Foreign Legionnaires Being Eaten by a Lion in the Sahara Desert’ original unframed print from the `Fallacies of Enoch`, 1984, USA. On the left of the print the legionnaires raise their guns, while from the right comes a huge consuming lion. Aquatint & etching, signed in pencil & numbered 71/75 along with the studio stamp. Very good condition. The `Fallacies of Enoch` is a series of 6 prints and included within The Brooklyn Museum Contemporary Art Collection. For sale individually or as a complete series of 6 prints that we have in stock. The price is for one print.

Image size is Height: 26.5 cm, Width 90 cm

Malcolm Morley artist -  Although an American citizen, Malcolm Morley was born in London in 1931 and therefore British enough to win the first UK Turner Prize in 1984. Read more about Malcolm Morley artwork & Malcolm Morley drawings in our blog.
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