This particular item is a'Limited Edition' must have collectable print for anyone interested in Tracey Emin's work, which is offered at a low price for an original piece of art. This item was produced by Tracey Emin for her exhibition at the Oxford Museum of Modern Art. It is very collectable, on printed fabric (linen), with the words'Not A Happy Kitten, In Fact Id say its A Dog', with a Cat / Dog printed in the centre.
The cloth is thick and a very good quality. It measures 70cm wide and 50cm in height and would make a great gift/present. It is in new unused condition and is sent folded as received from the Gallery.The image used is to show what it looks like once it has been steam ironed. I have also included an image of the folded piece along with one that l have had framed just in case you fancied one already framed. It would appeal to any collector of Tracey Emin's work or any artist from the Young British Artist movement Britart - Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, Gavin Turk etc. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints".
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