This limited edition Queen Victoria screen print in colour was released in 2003 as an edition of 500, the first 50 were signed.
Banksy has never been one to shy away from controversial and bold statements, and this signed limited edition piece entitled Queen Victoria is potentially as bold as it might get. Portraying the English monarch sitting on a woman's face, both dressed seductively and clearly engaging in sexual activity, Banksy takes inspiration from British Royal history in referencing Queen Victoria’s apparent refusal to believe that lesbianism existed. The bold, sumptuous maroon background in this piece has a certain nobility to it, and with Queen Victoria in all her ceremonial clothing (plus the suspenders and knee-high boots) this piece by Banksy is definitely one to challenge and provoke.
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