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Artist Nelson Shanks admitted to the Philadelphia Daily News that when he painted Bill Clinton's 2006 portrait, he made sure to subtly include a shadow of Monica Lewinsky — see the picture
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Nelson Shanks tells the Philadelphia Daily News a shadow on the left side of the painting represents not only the infamous dress, but also "a shadow on the office he held, or on" President Clinton.
For the last 25 years, Benjamin Netanyahu has insisted Iran’s nuclear bomb has been three-to-five years away, proving that Iran has secretly been developing the Second Avenue subway. A painter snuck a reference to Monica Lewinsky’s blue dress into a portrait of Bill Clinton, though some critics…
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Artist Nelson Shanks deliberately inserted reference to infamous dress in painting of 42nd president.
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Monica Lewinsky. Philadelphia area painter Nelson Shanks cunningly included a shadow over the fireplace cast from a blue dress on a mannequin. Shanks said painting Clinton was his hardest assignment because “he is probably the most famous liar of all time.” So he added the nod to the Lewinsky…
That’s not just any shadow next to former President Bill Clinton in the painting that hangs in the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. In fact, it’s a scandal-filled shadow of Monica Lewinsky’s famous blue dress. In an interview published Sunday, artist Nelson Shanks told the Philadelphia…