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Now that former US President George W. Bush has been painting his retirement away, and his email is being hacked for a glimpse of the art he is producing, we thought it was time to give him a retrospective of sorts. A show that will do his paintings justice, like the illegal prisoners of Guantanamo.
So, we present a retrospective of America’s most famous Sunday painter. Please take your time and take in the glory. Unfortunately, the catalogue for the retrospective didn’t make it in time for the opening, the shipment is currently stuck in customs.
UPDATED: It appears 43 has been holding back when we curated his retrospective. Twelve new paintings have emerged over at Gawker.
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