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Banksy

Turf War by Banksy

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There is a total of 750 wove paper copies of the Turf War. Only 150 of them have been signed.
BRANDBanksy
YEAR OF PRODUCTION2003
AAGR 6M+542.00%
LOWEST PRICE$90,000
HIGHEST PRICE$146,265

There is a total of 750 wove paper copies of the Turf War. Only 150 of them have been signed.

The original portrait of Churchill, known as The Roaring Lion, was taken by Armenian-Canadian photographer Yousuf Karsh in the chamber of the Speaker of the House of Commons in the Canadian Parliament in Ottawa on December 30, 1941, after Churchill delivered a speech on World War II. Considered to be one of the 20th century’s most significant political figures, Churchill is best remembered for his wartime triumphs rather than his messy dealings with colonialism, making this irreverent Banksy print all the more thought-provoking in its refusal to venerate Churchill in the way we are so used to seeing.