Key Worker, Staffordshire Figure (Design 4) 2021

By: GRAYSON PERRY

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Key Worker 4 is a ceramic figure by Grayson Perry. From an open edition, this piece is stamped on the reverse.

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Artwork Details

Ceramic sculpture

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Stamped on the back

No apparent condition issues

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