The Great Tide Raises Every Sheep Making Good Nowhere Near Good Enough

Picasso Portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler 1910

Many people have marveled at and even purchased fake Picasso renderings.

Before he attained fame, even Pee Pee would have been surprised that

anyone would find his work so valuable that they would consider

duplicating and selling it. In fact, Pablo’s results were so often

“nowhere near good enough” that over-painting prior work

to start the next painting from scratch became common.

Its through this curious manner that reality gradually

unveils its treasures incompletely to the original

perceiver while quietly appealing to an ever

widening circle of value hoisting admirers

harkening to the wonder of this thing coaxed into existence.

Thank you, friend.

Barry out.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pablo_Picasso

 

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