Sunday, Aug 13, 2006

Gordon Brown

Telegraph: This painting is 'Expulsion and Killing of an Enemy'. What does it tell us about Gordon Brown?

It might have been expected that a senior politician once described as "psychologically flawed" would take great care when choosing the works of national art he borrowed to decorate his walls.

Yet the paintings, sketches and cartoons chosen by Gordon Brown to hang at the Treasury and his official residence at 11 Downing Street appear to provide a fascinating insight into the darker side of his character.

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1. sebastian said...

Is it me or do individual experts all seem to hate Mr Clown? Can anyone link me to someone who seems to know what they are talking about and thinks highly of this joker at the same time?

I am confused about how he has managed to get himself such a good public perception, actually I shouldn't be. The false 'wealth' created by houses is probably why, I guess people 'think' they are rich.

Monday, August 14, 2006 08:34AM Report Comment
 

2. Markyb said...

Didn't he do a swap into no. 10 with Blair? So in fact, he isn't in No. 11...

just a thought!

Monday, August 14, 2006 10:07AM Report Comment
 

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