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For an art critic: a deduction

You tell of suns radiating red, orange, yellow, of brown and ochre-orange plains, and thirty other shades available for landscapes. Then you complain: so gray in reproduction. I note a mouse poised in the corner, and I wonder: how did he look in the original?

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