Artist
Ivor Abrahams (born 1935)
Title
Wounded Warrior
From Monuments
Date 1978
MediumScreenprint on paper
Dimensionsimage: 650 x 471 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Presented by Evelyne Abrahams, the artist's wife 1986
Reference
P11169
Image credit© Ivor Abrahams
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Ivor Abrahams, 'Wounded Warrior, 1978
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Ivor Abrahams,
'Wounded Warrior', 1978
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