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Marlene Dumas is a contemporary South African painter, whose figurative works have earned her a place among the most influential painters of the 20th and 21st centuries. With an oeuvre of haunting portraiture that depicts the artist’s friends, models, and prominent political figures, Dumas consistently explores themes of sexuality, political oppression, identity, and feminism. 

Portrait of a Young Nelson Mandela

15/250 Lithograph, 45 x 35 cm

Chernobyl Child (Sold)

1/20 Etch, 76x57cm

Faceless (Sold)

Silkscreen, 29 x 20.5 cm