Monday, May 14, 2012

Arts news

From the Guardian (nearly):
The discrete pastel shades and the almost childlike representational style of these watercolours depict the gentle, flowery side of that well-known dog lover and artist Adolph Hitler.
Coming next; Pol Pot's bedtime stories for children, Joseph Stalin's early recordings of Gregorian plainsong, and lifestyle coach and agony uncle Tomás de Torquemada discusses his editorship of the magazine True Confessions.

1 comment:

Graeme said...

What's next, they're going to tell us that the Commandant of a concentration camp came home from work and listened to Mozart?