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The black and white monochrome aquarelle reveals red spots on closer examination. Red is the flashy sign of the gipsies in the pictures, which Gábor Dilinkó uses most naturally and objectively as a colour of his own. The rich and warm feelings conveyed by the paintings are moving representations of his identification with the fate of gipsy folks. Here a couple attempts to advance hand in hand in a slush and snow covered street, where houses almost disappear in the white snowy landscape.


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