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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

sweet art (59 pc)

Яблоко любви.jpg

Бабочка.jpg


Бильярд.jpg


Веселая пара.jpg


Весенний праздник.jpg


Весна.jpg


Весна в парке.jpg


Вечеринка.jpg


Влюбленная парочка.jpg


Влюбленные.jpg


Влюбленные 2.jpg


Влюбленные в яблоках.jpg


Волейбол.jpg


Выпал снег.jpg


Выступление.jpg


Город.jpg


Двое.jpg


Долька арбуза.jpg


Долька арбуза 2.jpg


Друзья.jpg


Зима .jpg


Знаки зодиака.jpg


Золотая осень.jpg


Клоун.jpg


Клоун и рыбка-клоун.jpg


Композиция с веером.jpg


Композиция с грушами.jpg


Композиция с котом.jpg


Король и Джокер.jpg


Краски осени.jpg


Краски осени.2.jpg


Крылья любви.jpg


Лето.jpg


Люди и рыбы.jpg


Люди, коты и птицы.jpg


Мелодия.jpg


Мелодия скрипки.jpg


Напарники.JPG


Осенний день 2.jpg


Осенний день веселый.jpg


Осенний натюрморт.jpg


Отдых.jpg


Отдых в Карпатах.jpg


Отражение.jpg


Парочка на свидании.jpg


Пейзаж. Австрия.JPG


Поцелуй.jpg


Пришла весна.jpg


Проверка на чувства.jpg


Прогулка.jpg


Слепили бабу.jpg


Старый замок.jpg


Танцующая парочка.jpg


Флора.jpg


Шляпа.jpg


Шляпа 2.jpg


Шляпа 3.jpg


Шляпа 4.jpg


Яблоко.jpg


Яблоко любви.jpg

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