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JANKO DOMSIC (1915-1983) | UNTITLED | He draws and writes with colour pencils, ballpoint pens and felt-tip pens. His drawings teem with writings in French, but sometimes also in Croatian and German. With the exception of some information from his personal life, Nazi songs and religious writings, most of his vocabulary refers to mystic ideas, to the moral code of freemasons as well as to economy.

JANKO DOMSIC (1915-1983) | UNTITLED | He draws and writes with colour pencils, ballpoint pens and felt-tip pens. His drawings teem with writings in French, but sometimes also in Croatian and German. With the exception of some information from his personal life, Nazi songs and religious writings, most of his vocabulary refers to mystic ideas, to the moral code of freemasons as well as to economy.

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JANKO DOMSIC (1915-1983) | UNTITLED | He draws and writes with colour pencils, ballpoint pens and felt-tip pens. His drawings teem with writings in French, but sometimes also in Croatian and German. With the exception of some information from his personal life, Nazi songs and religious writings, most of his vocabulary refers to mystic ideas, to the moral code of freemasons as well as to economy.

JANKO DOMSIC (1915-1983) | UNTITLED | He draws and writes with colour pencils, ballpoint pens and felt-tip pens. His drawings teem with writings in French, but sometimes also in Croatian and German. With the exception of some information from his personal life, Nazi songs and religious writings, most of his vocabulary refers to mystic ideas, to the moral code of freemasons as well as to economy.

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