picasso: "I should have been president of the united states of america"...
Critic: 'Frat-brother quality'
"He's a pretty good painter. I don't in any way want to say it's great art or anything, but he's not bad," Lawrence Weschler, author of True to Life: Twenty-Five Years of Conversations with David Hockney, told the BBC.
"It's just weird that this guy who once had this incredible power is not interested in writing about what he did or justifying it," Mr Weschler says. "No, he's doing paintings of people he once knew back in the old days."
The portraits, he says, have "a frat-brother quality. Me and my pals ruling the world - us and our hijinks."
Gus: "...not interested in writing about what he did or justifying it"?... Hogwash!... George Bushit wrote his definitive memoirs in "Decision Points". Any more writing about it would destroy the myths he carefully crafted in his book. Especially that of his collusion with his mates, Blair and Howard, in the invasion of a "sovereign" country — namely Iraq.
"...a frat-brother quality. Me and my pals ruling the world - us and our hijinks"?... SERIOUSLY? Did George say this????... Is George that dumb to think we're believe his boisterous celebration or merrymaking was just a bit of pimply student unrestrained fun as he was killing and torturing people — at the same time as taking the entire world on a decrepitude of Global Financial crisis? Has this man got no shame? Or has he gone cuckoo (A foolish or crazy person)?
Georgeangelo's portraits and dog paintings seem to me like those of crazy people in therapy... but then what do I know...