The Whimsical Works of a War Criminal

Because the Western world has a “complicated” history with frustrated artists as national leaders.

Described by Pulitzer Prize–winning art critic Jerry Saltz as bordering “on the visionary, the absurd, the perverse, the frat boy,” here are the very best of George W. Bush’s delightful paintings.

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