Anthony Whishaw RA,
Triangular Landscape Forming,
Ink, acrylic and watercolour on paper. 558 mm x 759 mm. © The Artist. © Photo: Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photographer: Prudence Cuming Associates Limited.
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Anthony Whishaw RA (b. 1930)
RA Collection: Art
558 mm x 759 mm
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