A Kurdish shepherd hugs his fourteen year old blind son who had stepped on an Iranian mine. The father, who sold most of his property to bring his son to Tehran, offered his eyes but the boy was too badly injured for a transplant

A Kurdish shepherd hugs his fourteen year old blind son who had stepped on an Iranian mine. The father, who sold most of his property to bring his son to Tehran, offered his eyes but the boy was too badly injured for a transplant
(1980s)

Artist/s name
Michael COYNE


Medium
cibachrome photograph
Measurements
33.0 x 49.6 cm (image and sheet)
Place/s of Execution
Tehran, Iran
Accession Number
1996.518
Credit Line
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Presented through The Art Foundation of Victoria by Coles Myer Ltd, Governor, 1996
Gallery Location
Not on display

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