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Theotocopoulos

[ Greek the-aw-taw-kaw-poo-laws ]
/ Greek ˌθɛ ɔ tɔˈkɔ pu lɔs /
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Do·men·i·kos [thaw-men-ee-kaws]. /ðɔˈmɛn i kɔs/. El Greco.

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  • You will see the paintings of Dominico Theotocopoulos, the only one who ever depicted the soul of Castile.

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