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Augis Exibition

The second personal exhibition of Lithuanian graphic artist Augis Bidlauskas "zmogus" in Vilnius graphic art center's gallery "kaire desine". Prints are made in variety of techniques also mezzotint. Panorama was hand held and shot in quite dark conditions, so pardon me for technical imperfections.

Copyright: Mantas talmantas
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10288x5144
Hochgeladen: 20/03/2013
Aktualisiert: 10/10/2014
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Tags: augis; bidlauskas; vilniaus; grafikos; meno; centras; grafika; mezotinta; zmogus; kaire; desine; print; exhibition; art; graphic; centre; vgac; mezzotint
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