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I don't want to lose The connection, it was strong to my surprise dEspite the shortness of time Really spent, it was deeply importAnt to me.....AJ

I don't want to lose The connection, it was strong to my surprise dEspite the shortness of time Really spent, it was deeply importAnt to me.....AJ

"Crying Girl" (1964) by Roy Lichtenstein, I've always much preferred Roy Lichenstein to Andy Warhol when it comes to pop art.

"Crying Girl" (1964) by Roy Lichtenstein, I've always much preferred Roy Lichenstein to Andy Warhol when it comes to pop art.

Nigel Brown displays a lot of density and unity creating traditional art, using many matching colour with a lot of rhythm.

Nigel Brown displays a lot of density and unity creating traditional art, using many matching colour with a lot of rhythm.