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Geborgenheid (Security)
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HANS LAFEBER Geborgenheid (Security), 2020

Acryl paint on wood 44 x 30 cm AP 1/50, Edition of 50 Limited volume of this NFT is 50 pieces. The fist owner of 1 of the pieces will recieve a High Quality Canvas Print

Description of painting: The killer whale represents the man; hunting instinct, protective and willing to kill if necessary ... the butterfly represents the woman, delicate, vulnerable, often fluttering from one obstacle in life to another ... the spider stands for complete protection of both, keeps away from the 'bad people' that we encounter on our life path.

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