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Saint Phalle

[seynt fahl; French san fal] /ˌseɪnt fɑl; French sɛ̃ ˈfal/
Niki de [nik-ee duh;; French nee-kee duh] /ˈnɪk i də;; French niˈki də/ (Show IPA), 1930–2002, French sculptor and painter.


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