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The sculpture "Puhkaja" (holidaymaker) by Tauno Kangro

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Tauno Kangro is one of Estonia's top, and certainly most recognised, sculptor. sculpts using a variety of materials and the sizes range from hand-held - all the way up to massive monuments that are most impressive to say the least. His subject matter is also varied, but his love for the beauty of the female form is certainly noticeable while taking a walk through this gallery. His pastels are also fantastic and certainly affordable, even though he's one of Estonia's greatest living artists.

http://www.skulptuuristuudio.ee/

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