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“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i  ...
“Color which, like music, is a matter of vibrations, reaches what is most general and therefore most indefinable in nature: its inner power.” Paul Gauguin Bakhtiari (?) kilim, Persia, 19th century. i think we can easily call that masterclass of dying ... never seen better, more deep, saturated, fresh, bright & clear colors on a kilim. Perfect condition! More beauties: http://rugrabbit.com/profile/5160 "Color provokes a psychic vibration. Color hides a power still unknown but real, which acts on every part of the human body." Wassily Kandinsky
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