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Claudette Schreuders; The Guilty Bystander

In Contemporary Art

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Cape Town
Claudette SchreudersSouth African 1973-The Guilty Bystandersigned, dated 2018, numbered 3/30, inscribed with the title and embossed with The Artists' Press chop mark in the marginfive colour lithographsheet size: 108 by 65cm
Claudette SchreudersSouth African 1973-The Guilty Bystandersigned, dated 2018, numbered 3/30, inscribed with the title and embossed with The Artists' Press chop mark in the marginfive colour lithographsheet size: 108 by 65cm

Contemporary Art

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1 Oakdale Road
Cape Town
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South Africa

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Saturday 16 February 2019 at 6:30pm

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