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Split city (oil canvas), grad Split (ulje na platnu)





finally finished:) konačno završeno:)

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  1. Beautiful landscape!!! great paint!!!
    Have a good week, dear Ivana!!! my g+ for you!!!:)))

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  2. Beautiful and impressive, shows a lot about the city.

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  3. Nice painting, again...love your sense for art so much!
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  4. Complimenti, è bellissimo! Ora devi solo incorniciarlo!:) Buona serata Ivana!

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  5. Just so stunning doll, you did a wonderful job xx

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  6. Really nice!! kisses!!

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  7. Gorgeous sea, sky and land painting!
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  8. Aaaaaa supeeeer! :))

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  9. wow beautiful painting! love the sky and water! :)

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  10. stunning painting! you are so talented! :D

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  11. Nice job, hope you will show in an exhibition.

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