Douglas Jeal Sculptures - Human condition

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Sculptures in relation to the human condition, by Douglas Jeal, 1971-1982

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Douglas Jeal Sculptures : 

Douglas Jeal Sculptures Sculpture in Relation to the Human Condition

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Title: Table For One Perspex and aluminium Size: H 161cm x L 51cm x W 46cm Date: 1974

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Title: Chair Perspex and aluminium Size: H 61cm x L 61cm x W 56cm Date: 1974

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Title: Window Perspex, aluminium and paper Size: H 117cm x L 122cm x D 12cm Date: 1976

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Title: In Memory Aluminium and perspex Size: H 107cm x L 183cm x W 61cm Date: 1977

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Title: Shelter Perspex, aluminium and paper Size: H 92cm x L 183cm x W 183cm Date: 1979

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Title: Shelter – Aerial view Perspex, aluminium and paper. Size: H 92cm x L 183cm x W 183cm Date: 1979

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Title: Famine Painted plaster, sand and mummified crow. Size: H 36cm x L 183cm x W 183cm Date: 1982

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Title: Cripple Mild steel Size: H 140cm x W 48cm x D 76cm Date: 1971

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