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Acrylic on canvas

Signed on the back.

122 x 61 x 4 cm (24” x 48” x 1 1/2”) Signed on the back. Ships rolled in a tube.

Inspired by Nature, colours, music and the vibrance of life itself.

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Acrylic on canvas

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