Adam Batchelor - Left Bank Ape


"The Bonobo Ape is one of our closest relatives, and famed for their peacefulness and highly sexual social behaviour. Discovered by German zoologist Ernst Schwarz, he referred to them as the 'Left Bank Ape' linking their seemingly bohemian lifestyle, unconventional appearance, and geographic location on the left bank of the Congo River with the Parisian Left bank, the centre of bohemian culture of the time." 

This print is a beautiful high quality giclee on 310gsm textured minuet paper, and available in two sizes. 

50 x 38cm with hand-torn edges. 
Edition of 60
Signed & Numbered

We can also frame this print for you, in a deep hand-finished stained wooden frame (as pictured) for an additional £60.

'XL' version

76 x 58cm with hand-torn edges.
Edition of 15
Signed & Numbered

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