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This triptych is part of collection entitled "November the 8th".

Each canvas (70cm x 50cm) contains an object that is associated with former American businessmen and the current President of the United States Donald Trump.

The first canvas contains three golf balls which refer to "The Trump Turnberry" - a golf resort on the coast in southwestern Scotland owned by Trump. In December 2015 the R&A announced that the 2020 Open Championship would not be played at Turnberry, because of controversial comments made by Donald Trump about Muslims.

The second canvas presents a peace of steak sliding from the swimming pool kerb, which refers to the "Trump Steaks" - a brand of steaks owned by Trump that launched in 2007. Prices of the four packages of steaks varied from $199 to $999. The product was pulled from shelves after just two months of abysmal sales.

The third artwork presents two water bottles discarded in the swimming pool, which refer to the "Trump Ice" - a bottled water brand owned by Trump. Attempts to distribute it widely failed after a few months. This product is only available for purchase inside the Trump Tower in New York City.

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This artwork is sold by Natalia Lewandowska from United Kingdom

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