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Artist: Vasilis Avramidis
Bridge
By Vasilis Avramidis
Located in Culver City, CA
Bridge by Vasilis Avramidis, 2017 Oil on Canvas
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2010s Surrealist Vasilis Avramidis Art

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Oil

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Observer
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  • Observer
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