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Rights of Man

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1977, Paul Peter Piech

Edition Number: N/A
Signed and dated in pencil, by the artist
Light fold creases to the edges of the paper, but these are mounted out and don’t detract from this striking print.

Supplied mounted on conservation standard mount board, and modern framed. The gold-coloured frame is reconditioned and has some wear, but is in good condition and ready to hang.

This print features a quote from Thomas Paine’s (1737 – 1809) most famous work, The Rights of Man, published in 1791. In it he defended the values of the Revolution – those of ‘Liberté, égalité, fraternité’. It provides perfect inspiration for a classic Piech politically driven artwork.


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Image Size

285 x 295 mm

11.2 x 11.6 inches

Paper Size

450 x 635 mm

17.7 x 25 inches

Mount Window Size

378 x 480 mm

14.8 x 18.8 inches

Frame Size

532 x 660 mm

20.5 x 25.9 inches


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