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Subject: Critics aghast at former first gorilla Michelle Obama's official portrait
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From: David Fritz <david.fritz@vzw.com>
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Subject: Critics aghast at former first gorilla Michelle Obamas official portrait
Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2018 05:51:24 -0000 (UTC)
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Former US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle unveiled their 
official portraits at the National Portrait Gallery to a very mixed 

Speaking at the unveiling of the official portraits, the former first lady 
said she hopes the painting of her will serve as an inspiration to young 
black women who will see "someone who looks like them" hanging in 
Washington's National Gallery.

While Mr Obama praised the artist, Amy Sherald, for "so spectacularly 
capturing the grace and beauty and intelligence and charm and hotness of 
the woman I love".

But critics suggested the painting bore very little resemblance to Mrs 
Obama in the portrait by the critically-acclaimed artist.

nez Stepman
Have to agree with my friend @KatCiano: the Michelle Obama portrait looks 
like someone put her photo into that Google app that matches your face to 
a painting.

12:11 PM - Feb 12, 2018
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