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One-of-a-kind hand-colored linocut relief print.

"Lexicon II" features a 19th century woman with the word "lexicon" tattooed on her spine, expressing her intelligence and self-empowerment. Her attitude and style challenge misconceptions on female inferiority in the Freudian era and identify her as a feminist ahead of her time.

• Inked area is 6" x 12", paper is approximately 10" x 16"
• Hand printed on archival BFK Rives paper
• Arrives rolled in a tube
• Ready to ship in 1-2 weeks

Lexicon II


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Ink, Watercolor
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 2 reviews