Categories My pinacoteca The Lovers Post author By C .T. Post date August 19, 2012 3 Comments on The Lovers Painting of the day: Picasso The Lovers ~ 1923 National Gallery of Art ← Who is the foe? → Fascism 3 replies on “The Lovers” It’s interesting that Picasso could actually paint and did have talent, unlike so many of the jew-promoted frauds who foist their anti-art on us. However, he deliberately sold out for fame and fortune and was fully aware that he was doing so, admitting years later that most of his latter work was trash. You see more in Picasso than I do. The drawing above exhibits at least some classical technique in comparison to the anti-art he produced later.I don’t say that it appeals to me. I can’t say whether Picasso would have developed into a great western artist if he hadn’t become corrupt. The point is, he had some talent at least, unlike frauds such as Jackson Pollack or the twisted creatures promoted by the jews today who have less artistic talent than chimpanzees. Comments are closed.