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Re: The masters of art
by Bob Miller at 17:12 30/08/05 (Forum::Community::General)
I like your perhaps, but I know this is very unlikely due to its controvercial over tones. Can you just imagine in your wildest dreams Vincent van Gogh being on a deserted Island calling for everyone who will listen to him to come and join him? Who the hell would you think in that wildest dream would show up,... Gauguin? I don't think so.

Anyway, my site can be reach at vanrijngo.com , and by the way, a few years back, I did purchase a print of the previously unknown work which contains the widest range of themes of all known Picasso's and has been said to be signed, dated and fingerprinted by the artist.

In regards to your researching ancient mythology in its various forms, you just might want to read my article in Boheme magazine in my "Monthly Miller" column. You can get there by this address;


Kind regards

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