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By Dan Pearce

£1,400.00

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This artwork is being sold by a private seller.

Ideally better to pick it up in person as it is a delicate piece, however it will be shipped Royal Mail tracked.

Product Description

Name:
N/a
Artist:
Dan Pearce
Artwork Medium:
Uncategorised
Artwork Type:
Original
Style:
Street Art
Subject:
People
Artwork Size:
0in x 0in
Frame Size:
90cm x 120cm
Location:
Luton

Excellent condition, only brought in June 2019

Artwork History

Depicts a stencil of the iconic Queen Elizabeth in camouflage print and army helmet from the iconic film ‘full metal jacket’
Finished in a vintage ornate frame  sprayed with green sprays with hand embellished gold leafing.

I brought this piece from arkley fine arts in June 2019, for just £2000. Selling due to starting my own business.

Brought from arkley fine arts in June 2019.

Postage

This artwork will cost £20.00 for mainland UK delivery.

Ideally better to pick it up in person as it is a delicate piece, however it will be shipped Royal Mail tracked.

Payment

This piece of artwork costs: £1,400.00.

This artwork will cost £20.00 for mainland UK delivery.

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Product Description

Artist:
Dan Pearce
Artwork Medium:
Uncategorised
Artwork Type:
Original
Style:
Street Art
Subject:
People
Artwork Size:
0in x 0in
Frame Size:
90cm x 120cm
Location:
Luton

Excellent condition, only brought in June 2019

Artwork History

Depicts a stencil of the iconic Queen Elizabeth in camouflage print and army helmet from the iconic film ‘full metal jacket’
Finished in a vintage ornate frame  sprayed with green sprays with hand embellished gold leafing.

I brought this piece from arkley fine arts in June 2019, for just £2000. Selling due to starting my own business.

Brought from arkley fine arts in June 2019.

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