A Comparison: Rudolf Auer and Ilmars Apkalns

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Title: A Comparison: Rudolf Auer and Ilmars Apkalns
 
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One picture gives you the component of light, and it affects your thoughts, moods and actions. The photograph of the ballerinas exemplifies value and even shade. Although , the ballerinas differ in positions on the illustration, it gives their picture unity and variety...
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One picture gives you the component of light, and it affects your thoughts, moods and actions. The photograph of the ballerinas exemplifies value and even shade. Although , the ballerinas differ in positions on the illustration, it gives their picture unity and variety...
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