Fifty Guineas open print
This is an open print, printed onto archival Somerset, photo rag paper, using archival pigment inks. A quality print that will last beyond a life time.
Part of the Black Money Collective series; a small body of artworks and accessories that create a new narratives regarding identity, making enquiries into our visual history to animate a new sense of what is real.
Printed in Britain.
Each print is titled and signed.
Overall paper size 80cm x 40cm including borders
Overall image size 70cm x 30cm
The image depicts a wall made up from £50 notes. The face on the £50's show a black queen.
The guinea is a coin weighing around roughly a quarter ounce of gold that was minted in England between 1663 and 1814. The name came from the Guinea region in West Africa, where some of the gold used to make the coins, originated.
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This artwork is available through a part payment programme, please check out the Art Payment Programme page for further details