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  1. On the Second Decade of Holography as Art and My Recent Holograms
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  1. On the Progression of My Figurative Drawings Toward Higher Abstraction and Outward Simplicity
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  2. Tomáš Kulka
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  1. On the Display of Pictures: Non-Glare Glass and Kinds of Illumination
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  1. The Development of Symbolism in My Paintings and Other Artworks
  2. Jacques Lemaire
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  1. A Topological Transformation as the Basis for a Picture Symbolizing Aspects of Human Life
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