(Middle) David Butler, Wiseman on Camel, 1976.
“This work was owned for years by a United States agency and travelled to Eastern Europe, where it went to a lot of different shows all over the world. I think it depicts a wise man on a camel. I love the light that comes through the holes on it.”
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