Queen’s Blunder


This is my first chess drawing. In this drawing, a chess board comes to life.


The name of the print comes from the rashness of the black queen. By looking at the pieces on the board, a good chess player should be able to see the terrible predicament the black queen has caused for herself by ruthlessly cutting down the white bishop.

While this piece was originally drawn in 1988, it was digitally restored by myself in 2007 (the original drawing was drawn on low-quality paper).

Size: 24″ x 18″

Drawn: 1988


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