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Strunke, Niklavs [Nikolavs] I. (aka Palmenu Klavs) (1894-1966)

Well-known Latvian and Swiss Avant-garde painter, graphic and stain-glass artist, stage designer and art essayist.

Information on him can be found in Bown, and other sources.

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Item ID: i1220

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