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Artwork «In the Mountains»

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Watercolor painting on paper

Year: 2016
Size: 15x20 cm
Materials: Watercolor, paper
Author: Ekaterina Gubina
Genre: Miniature

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Watercolor painting «In the Mountains», year: 2016
Genre: Miniature. Materials: watercolor, paper.

Mountain landscape, view of the mountains with two walking people. The work takes part in the exposition of small format watercolors PEACE AND LOVE THROUGH ART

landscape, mountains

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