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  • Herb Roe

    "Conquest of The West" - Oil painting by Nicola Verlato. http://www.nicolaverlato.com/

  • Dylan Collins

    Nicola Verlato, "Conquest of the West", oil on canvas

  • WIDEWALLS

    Nicola Verlato. #nicolaverlato http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/nicola-verlato/

  • Antiel Eldar

    Beautiful #painting from LA based artist Nicola Verlato’s ‘How The West Was Won” series

  • Diego Tang

    this crazy fashion

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