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In glorious hues of pink, Kin is a representation of generations of matriarchal lineage.
This is a print of an original artwork by Little Black Duck Aus printed onto 300gsm cardstock. Each print comes individually sealed with greyboard backing and a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
Print comes UNFRAMED.
All prints include a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
Printed onto Fine Art Grade, UV protected canvas.
This is a digitally created artwork.
Prints are pictured in frames for display purposes only (excluding Tasmanian Oak Floating Frame).
A5- 14.8cm x 21.0cm
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