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This work is from the collection “Soil under the feet of wolves”. The technique is to apply oil on canvas.The tomb you see in the painting belongs to the tomb of Cyrus the Great, the first king of ancient Iran.Cyrus the Great, also known as Cyrus the Great, was the founder and first Achaemenid king to rule large parts of Asia for thirty years, between 559 and 529 BC.Footnote: Written on the painting “Baby do you know that the rough hair on your body hurts my delicate and sensitive body? But there is nothing wrong with me waiting for you here, come on.”


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