Art: Too Busy

Pablo Picasso got down on his knees to look. What he was looking at was a firmly painted picture of a red brick Riviera villa, at a preview of a Paris exhibition. The charming villa, La Dragonniėre at Cap Martin, rose from a brilliant green meadow dotted with gnarled olive trees. When he had finished looking, Painter Picasso said: "If that man were a painter by profession, he would have no trouble earning a good living." The signature on the canvas: Winston Churchill.


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