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Mr Right

US $856.52

Claudette Schreuders (b. 1973) is a sculptor and printmaker best known for her wood-carved and painted figures: short, stout, reserved, deadpan; born of personal–political experiences and usually engaged in private, everyday acts. She draws from confluences of African and European art traditions – from medieval religious art to West African colon figures, from Spanish portraiture to Egyptian woodcarving.

Schreuders has enjoyed international acclaim since the earliest years of her career, with numerous solo shows in the USA, including a travelling museum exhibition; five solos at the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York, where she’s been represented since 2001; and another at the LUX Art Institute in California. She’s participated in notable group exhibitions at institutions including the Museum of Modern Art (NYC), the Smithsonian Institution (Washington, D.C.), the British Museum (London) and at galleries throughout Continental Europe and Scandinavia and in the UK, Kenya and Japan. Her work is held in prominent collections in South Africa and the USA, including New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Modern Art. Schreuders was also commissioned to create a permanent public outdoor sculpture of South Africa’s Nobel Peace Prize Laureates.


  • Hand-pulled screen print on BFK Rives 250gsm
  • Paper size: 720x510mm
  • Limited edition of 35
  • Numbered and signed by the artist
  • Hand-printed in South Africa at Black River Studio (2021)
  • Framing available upon request (

Additional information

Weight 0.4 g
Dimensions 60 × 11 × 5 cm
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