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This child is seriously artistically talented. At the age of 5 she
produced pictures resembling those by Kandinski or Emil Nolde which hang
in major galleries. I would hang copies of those in my office as
decorative art objects just as much as a colour matching chart for
unsightly bodily detritus. They would brighten up the place no end.
No competing interests
22 December 2006
Park House, Park Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 2JG, UK.