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Death of Marat I (1907) :: Munch, Edvard

Death of Marat I (1907) by artist Munch, Edvard - nude men
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Munch, Edvard (1863-1944) was a Norwegian painter and graphic artist, one of the first representatives of expressionism, the most recognizable image of which was the picture "Scream". His work is covered by the motives of death, loneliness, but also the thirst for life.

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WuDong   User Rating: 810  May 5, 2015

Opinion of the woman, 5 things to which she will pay attention at acquaintance

First, the woman will pay attention to your person

I should watch long time at your person. You didn't forget to shave the courageous and square chin or your plans to subdue me the three-day bristle? No, I, of course, like courageous men, but to kiss "prickle" not absolutely pleasantly for skin. But if to you very much there is a bristle, you too will approach, I will hope as a last resort to convince you to have [Expand]


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