Tiit Pääsuke

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Tiit Pääsuke (born 22 December 1941) is an Estonian painter. [1]


Pääsuke was born in Põltsamaa, Põltsamaa Parish, in Jõgeva County.


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  1. Jürna, T. (2000). Maalija Par Excellence: kollaaz Tiit Pääsukese ainetel (Painter par excellence: collage on Tiit Pääsuke). Tallinn. ISBN   9985-60-949-2.