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Richard and Carol Selfridge

LEDA AND THE BLACK SWAN, 1994
Collection of the Burlington Art Centre.
Given in honour of Monika Wright from her friends and colleagues at the Art Centre., 1997.

Large vase made of three sections of combined thrown elements to form the female torso; on one side Leda is drawn being attacked by the black swan-hair of Leda forms one handle, neck of swan forms the other; flowers are painted growing up on base; on other side a vase with black swans strutting across a white band, with acanthus leaves in a band around the top and bottom edges of the vase which is sitting in a field of tulips.

Richard and Carol Selfridge in Japanese
LEDA AND THE BLACK SWAN in Japanese
LEDA AND THE BLACK SWAN description in Japanese

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