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Albrecht Behmel (Author of Doktor Faust und Mephisto - die Teufelsreise)
Albrecht Behmel ist im Schwarzwald und in Stuttgart aufgewachsen, später zog er nach Heidelberg und Berlin, wo er in den späten Neunziger Jahren einen de...
The Magic of the Swarms - happy contemporary art on canvas
The Magic of the Swarms, happy contemporary art on canvas by Albrecht Behmel
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