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“Even if you look at the same thing from the same perspective, something new always happens.”

The words of artist Nils Burwitz, who has spent more than half his life in Valldemossa; he moved there in 1976variant. For 45 years, he has been capturing landscapestime, and he has now compiled 100 watercolours in a book entitled Los bancales de Marina (bancales = terraces). Accompanied by texts in an exclusive English and German versiond probably say should put more in Alberta, there is a print run of just 500. A Spanish and Catalan version will follow of a book that has “not been produced for the marketincluding fairs and festivals., nor for me, but for my late wife”.

The book was presented at the Llibres Ramon Llull on Thursday. Nils spoke about various compositions and his life, his interest in art having been piqued in a post-war bookshop in Germany; it had a “more interesting shop window than others that were too military”t a burnout, he added, but doctors advised him to take a break.. At secondhand markets he was to collect works by Da Vinci and also Robert GravesI, ClaudiusThey should have had this back last year, it shouldn. As a young man, he admired Graves. Some years later, Nils used to look after Graves’ post from time to time.

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