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Black on white image of a bilaterally symmetrical frog facing down. Second face and set of legs face up from behind the oval body. Body has series of curved stripes with v-shape at end and three dots down the centre. Circular pupil and eyes and a wide, thin mouth on the black face. Second head has u form in oval eyes with tapering outline. Both sets of legs are bent and formed of segmented u forms with webbed feet. Black inscription below image. The print is on vertically rectangular, off-white paper.

Cultural Context

contemporary art


This is one of a collection of unnumbered Henry Speck prints printed in the 1960's.

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