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  • By Eric Vose
    October 02, 2012
    10:20 PM

    Wonderful surrealist art, both period appropriate and new and fresh at the same time. Marcel Carne' was an absolute master, combining love, fear, magic, etc., in a way that spoke to the past and the present at the same time. He could combine 1442 and 1942 in the same film. He shows us how limitless evil is always with us. Alexandre Trauner helped bring this magic to the screen. I would sell my soul to own one of his original paintings;-).
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  • By Adrian Ochse
    January 22, 2014
    12:54 PM

    Hello, is it allowed to put some pictures from A.Trauner on our facebookside. We are the German productiondesiger organisation and would like to show this wonderful pictures to interessted other colleague for our organisation.We are a non commercial organisation. www.v-sk.de
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    • By Anna T.
      January 22, 2014
      02:25 PM

      Hi, Adrian. Feel free to link to this post on your Facebook page, and thanks for looking!

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