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Reference Name LCNGR : 2001.5

framed original watercolour depicting Margaret Thatcher in a humourous way, by the artist Terry Durham; Lady Thatcher is portrayed as a superhero figure with Union Jack cape, fish net stockings and suspenders, metal bustier/corset, full length black gloves and high heeled boots; tattoo of 'Ronnie' (Ronald Reagan) on upper part of left arm, stars and stripes knickers visible; frame has been sprayed silver and has a raised black wooden surround

Physical Dimensions:

  • frame height: 975 mm
  • frame width: 725 mm

Material: canvas & wood

Condition: excellant

Quantity: 1

Completeness: complete

Period: 21st Century

Production Place: UK


artist: Durham, Terry


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