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Gustave Courbet, “The Stone Breakers”, 1849 – destroyed during World War II when a transport vehicle moving the pictures to the castle of Königstein, near Dresden, was bombed by A…

Source: MASTERPIECES LOST DURING II WORLD WAR – Beauty Bellezza Beauté


I know. We’re all bored with designs based on the old WWII slogan but this tee expresses how I’m reacting to certain events in my life this month. Happy Sunday!

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

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