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A set of 5 paintings by the Greek painter Gaitis, famous for his anonymous men depicting the uniformity and sterility of mass living, was born in Athens in 1923 and has had a studio in Paris for the last 26 years of his life. His work was introduced in the United States in 1964 at the Carnegie International Exhibition in Pittsburgh. Since then, his blank-faced, look-alike figures have stood at attention in exhibitions both in America and abroad, including the Tel Aviv Museum, Israel; Salon de Mai, Paris; Biennale, San Paulo

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Part of a set of 5 paintings by the Greek painter Gaitis, famous for his anonymous men depicting the uniformity and sterility of mass living, was born in Athens in 1923 and has had a studio in Paris for the last 26 years of his life. His work was introduced in the United States in 1964 at the Carnegie International Exhibition in Pittsburgh. Since then, his blank-faced, look-alike figures have stood at attention in exhibitions both in America and abroad, including the Tel Aviv Museum, Israel; Salon de Mai, Paris; Biennale, San Paulo
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Part of a set of 5 paintings by the Greek painter Gaitis, famous for his anonymous men depicting the uniformity and sterility of mass living, was born in Athens in 1923 and has had a studio in Paris for the last 26 years of his life. His work was introduced in the United States in 1964 at the Carnegie International Exhibition in Pittsburgh. Since then, his blank-faced, look-alike figures have stood at attention in exhibitions both in America and abroad, including the Tel Aviv Museum, Israel; Salon de Mai, Paris; Biennale, San Paulo
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the Greek Painter Gaitis 3
Part of a set of 5 paintings by the Greek painter Gaitis, famous for his anonymous men depicting the uniformity and sterility of mass living, was born in Athens in 1923 and has had a studio in Paris for the last 26 years of his life. His work was introduced in the United States in 1964 at the Carnegie International Exhibition in Pittsburgh. Since then, his blank-faced, look-alike figures have stood at attention in exhibitions both in America and abroad, including the Tel Aviv Museum, Israel; Salon de Mai, Paris; Biennale, San Paulo
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the Greek Painter Gaitis 4
Part of a set of 5 paintings by the Greek painter Gaitis, famous for his anonymous men depicting the uniformity and sterility of mass living, was born in Athens in 1923 and has had a studio in Paris for the last 26 years of his life. His work was introduced in the United States in 1964 at the Carnegie International Exhibition in Pittsburgh. Since then, his blank-faced, look-alike figures have stood at attention in exhibitions both in America and abroad, including the Tel Aviv Museum, Israel; Salon de Mai, Paris; Biennale, San Paulo
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Part of a set of 5 paintings by the Greek painter Gaitis, famous for his anonymous men depicting the uniformity and sterility of mass living, was born in Athens in 1923 and has had a studio in Paris for the last 26 years of his life. His work was introduced in the United States in 1964 at the Carnegie International Exhibition in Pittsburgh. Since then, his blank-faced, look-alike figures have stood at attention in exhibitions both in America and abroad, including the Tel Aviv Museum, Israel; Salon de Mai, Paris; Biennale, San Paulo

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ristenbatt ∙ Sep 15, 2022

Thank you

Shayla0902 ∙ Dec 12, 2017

These are awesome! They really provide that modern edge for the Sim's homes. They look amazing in game. Thanks!

peeblebee ∙ May 12, 2017

LefToZig4Real ∙ Jan 27, 2017

Μπράβο! μυρίζει Ελλάδα\:\)\:\)\:\)

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