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Nonda (born Epaminondas Papadopoulos in Athens on October 11, 1922; died 2005) was a leading Greek artist of the school of Paris. He was known for his outdoor installations under the Pont Neuf Bridge in Paris as well as his unconventional use of cow's blood as a medium.

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