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Vallotton Felix

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Felix Vallotton, fine art prints and fine art posters
Canvas art print of Felix Vallotton pictures

Vallotton Felix (1865-1925) - French artist of Swiss origin.
Most of all he was inspired by Engr. The international success was brought to him by the creation of the engravings on a tree. His taste to naive and pure art was combined with technical constraint. His works transfer all ugly and ridiculous in person. Vallotton is the author of some literary compositions, best of which is the novel The terrible life, serving as the original comment to his creative work.

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Felix Vallotton, fine art prints and fine art posters
Canvas art print of Felix Vallotton pictures

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