+4+6744+87 / Figures collection: emotions version {$M} Photograph – Limited Edition of 10

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Once I had an argument with my friend. She argued that it is not possible to show emotions without a face. Not possible is possible – {$M}

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Once I had an argument with my friend. She argued that it is not possible to show emotions without a face. Not possible is possible – {$M}

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Weight 15 kg
Dimensions 170 × 120 × 30 cm
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  • Store Name: Smoragdova
  • Vendor: Leni Smoragdova
  • Address: Smolensky, 5
    Tel Aviv
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    About the artwork

  • Made in: 2013
  • Signature by: Leni Smoragdova
  • Size: 100 W x 150 H x 10 D
  • Size in inch: 39.4 W x 59.1 H x 2 D in

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Once I had an argument with my friend. She argued that it is not possible to show emotions without a face. Not possible is possible - {$M}

Once I had an argument with my friend. She argued that it is not possible to show emotions without a face. Not possible is possible - {$M}

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