SARAH LUCAS
Limited Edition tax disc holder "King Richard, toby jug"
Sarah Lucas (born 1962, Holloway, London) is a one of the leading figures in the generation of young British artists who emerged during the 1990s. She has gained an international reputation for provocative works that frequently employ coarse visual puns and a defiant, bawdy humour.

The image she has chosen for her tax disc holder is an image of the 6 foot high porcelain Toby Jug of King Richard the Lionheart sculpture she created for the 2005 Tate Britain show In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. This piece, with its English romanticism and mythicism is a personal favourite of Lucas’s because of its .

Limited edition of 500. Size: 75mm diameter. Certificate and disc are hand numbered with the edition number and presented in bespoke, numbered packaging. Printed on archival quality 100% cotton rag Somerset art paper using light fast, high density inks to ensure a vibrant and lasting reproduction.