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"Maybe I haven't suffered enough. Why don't you whip up some of your curried pork balls and refried rice for dinner?"
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"Your work holds up quite well, Ben."
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"Do you mean good, or good for a pumpkin?"
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Artist throws paint at a canvas and is amazed to find that the result is the "Whistler's Mother" painting.
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A possible reason we don't see many rhino portraits.
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Unfinished painting of a monster in a lake sits beside the lake with no painter in sight
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A portrait comes alive and stabs its artist
"He arose at five to catch the early-morning light, caught it, and crawled back in again."
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"Please hold still!"
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'How much longer can I hold this pose?'
Teacher at a blank blackboard.
"All right now...hold still."
'Now the only limits are the imagination!'
Designer at his drawing board.
Artist studies trampolinist.
Artist paints an artist.
Artists dress for their themes.
Portrait pulling a face at artist.
Artist having painted a featureless landscape.
Vincent Van Gogh chooses the Lesser of Two Easels.
'I love my new easylife artist's easel.'