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Randolph Churchill Reading - Winston Churchill
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Winston's son Randolph Reading Great British Art: The Paintings of Winston Churchill

"Randolph Churchill Reading," by Winston Churchill Although Churchill is of course much better known for his political career and his memorable oratory, he was also an enthusiastic painter who produced over 500 paintings over the course of h

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Randolph Churchill Reading - Winston Churchill

Randolph Churchill Reading - Winston Churchill

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'Randolph Churchill, Reading' painted by his father, Sir Winston Churchill

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One of the many paintings Churchill painted in Morocco
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One of the many paintings Churchill painted in Morocco

One of the many paintings Churchill painted in Morocco
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Cork Trees Near Mimizan by Winston Churchill-THE WINSTON CHURCHILL
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Cork Trees Near Mimizan - Winston Churchill

Winston Churchill What If World Leaders Were Artists?

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Powerful political leaders, be they pragmatic, heroic statesmen or abominable villains, have left permanent marks on the history of mankind.

Cork Trees Near Mimizan by Winston Churchill-THE WINSTON CHURCHILL

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Winston Spencer Churchill - The Terrace at Port Lympne
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Art UK is the online home for every public collection in the UK. Featuring over oil paintings by some artists.

Winston Spencer Churchill - The Terrace at Port Lympne

Winston Spencer Churchill - The Terrace at Port Lympne
Vesuvius, From Pompeii - Winston Churchill
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'View of Chartwell in the 1930s' by Sir Winston Churchill. In addition to being a first-class statesman, Sir Winston Churchill was a talented artist as well. The man loved to paint. He loved it so much that he built himself an art studio in his estate’s garden. When he felt the “Black Dog” of depression tailing him, he would retreat to his studio and keep the darkness away by putting brush to canvas. ~ I've always liked this painting of Chartwell.
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Great British Art: The Paintings of Winston Churchill

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'View of Chartwell in the 1930s' by Sir Winston Churchill. In addition to being a first-class statesman, Sir Winston Churchill was a talented artist as well. The man loved to paint. He loved it so much that he built himself an art studio in his estate’s garden. When he felt the “Black Dog” of depression tailing him, he would retreat to his studio and keep the darkness away by putting brush to canvas. ~ I've always liked this painting of Chartwell.

'View of Chartwell in the 1930s' by Sir Winston Churchill. In addition to being a first-class statesman, Sir Winston Churchill was a talented artist as well. The man loved to paint. He loved it so much that he built himself an art studio in his estate’s garden. When he felt the “Black Dog” of depression tailing him, he would retreat to his studio and keep the darkness away by putting brush to canvas. ~ I've always liked this painting of Chartwell.
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Moat at Breccles by Winston Churchill
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Near the Pyramids, 1921 - Winston Churchill

Moat at Breccles by Winston Churchill

Moat at Breccles by Winston Churchill

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Wooded Water near Blenheim : Winston Churchill : Impressionism : landscape - Oil Painting Reproductions

£9.4m Churchill paintings given to the nation in lieu of inheritance tax - Telegraph

£9.4m Churchill paintings given to the nation in lieu of inheritance tax

In a world where politicians seem more likely to go in for sexting and rent boys, painting seems like such a quaint past-time...  http://watchmepaint.blogspot.com/2013/07/painting-and-politicians.html

Sir Winston Churchill Paints a pond. simple yet effective a range of different colours which blend together nicely. acrylic paint onto a canvas board. recently sold at Sotherby's action house London

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Ightham Moat - Winston Churchill

"Ightham Moat," by Winston Churchill. Trained as a gentleman, he was what our parents called "a Renaissance man.

Of the many books Churchill wrote, there's a little one called Painting as a Pastime, published in 1950. As a man who seems to have had an opinion on everything – and who rarely left an opinion unexpressed – it's not surprising that he had opinions on art, and you can find many of them there:

◇ Artful Interiors ◇ paintings of beautiful rooms - "Blue Room" by Winston Churchill.

View of Cairo from the Pyramids - Winston Churchill

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