The Queen of hearts by Noumeda Carbone.
Giclée print from a limited edition of 200.
Size: 90 × 150.cm  (59,06 x 35,43 in)
This artwork is sold unframed, signed and numbered on the front.
 

The Queen of hearts. By Noumeda Carbone.

3D House of cards - Amsterdams Lighting Festival 2014- a group exhibition organized by *OGE Group.
The Queen of hearts. By Noumeda Carbone.

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