The most important painter of the 21st century. The one who revived real art.

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The most important painter of the 21st century. The one who revived real art.

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About one hundred years after the art of painting was derailed, this man with put it back on track.
People at the time called his style old fashioned, but he was picking up art again where it left off.

Amusing trivia: Before his art flourished he was one of the last presidents of the United States.

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I like his work. His technique is lacking but he makes up for it somehow. I'd love to have an original though I'm not sure where I'd put it.
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Originator of what later came to be called the Texican neo-post-Impressionist style.
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Rob Lister wrote: Sat Aug 08, 2020 12:22 pm I like his work. His technique is lacking but he makes up for it somehow. I'd love to have an original though I'm not sure where I'd put it.
I'd shove it up Trump's ass.
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Shemp spent too much time in prison
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Rob Lister wrote: Sat Aug 08, 2020 12:22 pm I like his work. His technique is lacking but he makes up for it somehow.
I agree. It's ok. Unfortunately if it didn't have GWB on it, it would be car boot sale fodder.
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Peasant!. :evil:
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Putin does much better work
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The watercolors of Grant put Bush to shame


He was way ahead of his time
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