Blair depicted as naked at art exhibition
BEIJING, June 7 — In a painting entitled “Iraq Triptych,” Tony Blair was depicted as a naked, stony-faced person and surrounded by haunting images of the war in Iraq, according to European media’s reports.
It has won the top Hugh Casson prize for drawing.
This painting depicts Blair and his wife, Cherie, as Adam and Eve, struggling to cover their nude forms outside their Downing Street home.
Behind them the figures are flanked by piles of bones, body parts and skulls.
“He doesn’t appear to feel a twinge of conscience about Iraq because he is so sure that he did the right thing,” Sandle said.
“They have talked about the original perpetrators of violence being the ones who should apologize, but what about the 650,000 Iraqis who have died since the invasion?
“Who is going to apologize to them, and how?”
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