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Titans' Battle is a painting by Oleg Konin which was uploaded on January 25th, 2012.
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Painting - Paper, Watercolour
January 25th, 2012
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Congratulations on your sale!!!!!
Congratulations on selling.
Fabulous!!! Congratulations x
Congrats on your sale!!!!
Oleg.Congrats on your sale!!
Congratulations on your sale!!!
Awesome print! Congrats!
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Congrats on your sale !
Congratulation on your sale..........Odon.
Felipe Ramon Gama
Hello Mr Konin.
I've been looking through your work here and your admiration for Senna has honestly moved me.
I'm a Brazilian and I was only 2 years old when he died, still I have plenty of memories of him, of my family all sitting together to watch his races and my mom picking me up and spinning me in the air everytime he won... the fact that I remember those, when I was only 2 at the time, possibly even 1 at some of them, goes to show how much of an impact he had on our lives. I also remember very clearly the day when he died, my mom was crying and I didn't really understand what was going on, but I remember I knew it was something bad... All those are the earliest memories I have, the ones about Ayrton Senna.
2 months after his death was my 3rd birthday and everything was themed after him, I was even given a little car and driving suits like his in which I spent A LOT of time... these may seem like silly things but it really marked my childhood.
Anyway, I'm here to thank you for the beautiful tributes you have for this great man here, it's good to watch him get so much respect from a talented artist from so far away.
So again, thank you very much.
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