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Physicists conclude that picasso’s Masterpieces Made With House Paint
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I would never have guessed after watching movies about how painters carefully mix their paints from scratch.  I am thinking of Matisse and a whole group of impressionists.  Kind of breaks the careful mold.   Housepaint though had been developed to be very durable and easy to use.  That's what a painter wants right?  Thanks for the very interesting share. +Jennifer Ouellette 
Note to self: From now on use house paint.
Reminds me of Tony Hancock's reply in The Rebel when asked how he mixes his paints: "In a bucket with a big stick." The hep cats think he's being terribly drole.
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