The Painter Who Hated Picasso

Sporting artist Alfred Munnings loved horses, the English countryside and a good stiff drink. What he didn’t like was modern art.

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O friend, how lovely are the things,
the English things, you help us to perceive.

Longtime SMITHSONIAN contributor Peter Chew, who died this past July at 82, is remembered in "From the Editor."


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