Oil Paint


90.0 x 70.0 cm

Year Created



During the reformation in the 1500s, William Tyndall described women as ‘the weaker vessel’ a derogatory term based on a bible translations of St. Peter’s letters. Leading to a further hardships for women and a decline in the woman’s place in the ...

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Born in 1986 in Ladbroke Grove, London, UK. Currently residing in Hastings, East Sussex, UK.

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