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A celebration of female strength and power!




Linocut. Printed on Fabriano Tiziano 160gsm (black) with Cranfield traditional oil-based relief ink (gold), or Zerkell Printmaking paper (white) with Caligo Relief ink (black).

A celebration of female strength and power, ‘Veni,Vidi,Vici’ is based on a medieval depiction of a crowned vulva carried by 3 phalluses (Van Beuningen family collection, Langbroek).

The artist has produced a stylised version of the original; posing the vulva in the style of the Virgin Mary as depicted in Catholic iconography, replete with halo; medieval scrollwork, composed in the popular in Western ‘old school’ tattoo style; and the choice of motto - attributed to Julius Caesar, and popularly quoted in a macho and militaristic context - in this case subverted by the ultimate symbol of femininity dominating the symbols of masculine power and virility.

*Please note: Each piece is hand-printed - due to the nature of the medium, each print will be unique, with slight differences and/or imperfections*

'Veni, Vidi, Vici' linocut print

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