Ex-president Bush’s paintings tell of toll on those he sent to war
12 October 2019 | 3:04 pm
In some paintings, the wounds are plain to see: an arm or leg lost to war. In others, the injuries that US veterans suffered are hidden from view. But all of the works by former president George W.Bush reflect some of the human toll of his decisions as commander-in-chief.
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