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Comprising hundreds of thousands of islands and hundreds of thousands of cultural teams, Polynesia and Micronesia hide a wide a part of the massive Pacific Ocean, from the dramatic mountains of Hawaii to the small, flat coral islands of Kiribati. The Pacific Arts of Polynesia and Micronesia bargains an excellent creation to the wealthy inventive traditions of those areas, traditions that experience had a substantial impression on smooth western paintings in the course of the impression of artists akin to Gauguin.
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