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The Ubiquitous Presence of both Cacti and Prickly Pears In the Wild West Landscape Meant That Native Americans Had an Inexhaustible Supply of Needle Sharp Spines with Which to Tattoo Each Other

Paul Thomas (born 1961)

SIGNED
PEN INK AND WATERCOLOUR
11 X 30 INCHES
ILLUSTRATED: PAUL THOMAS, AN UNRELIABLE HISTORY OF TATTOOS,
LONDON: NOBROW LTD, 2016, UNPAGINATED, DOUBLE-PAGE SPREAD


Price
£550

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