A diamond painting is a painting of a portrait of George W. Bush.
The painting depicts Bush, surrounded by the words “Love him or hate him” and the words of an old man.
The words of the old man can be seen in the background.
The painting was done by a student of George George Bush’s who is now retired from painting.
It was the first painting of Bush.
The student was commissioned by Bush’s family to paint the painting.
The students’ original painting, called “The Big Bush,” was painted in 1991.
The Bush family declined to comment on the painting or Bush’s life.
George Bush, left, poses with his children, Jeb, left and Bush Jr., during a visit to his golf club in Crawford, Texas, in 2013.
President Barack Obama was asked about the painting on Twitter this week.
“I know the young man who did the painting of me in the White House.
I don’t know how old he is,” Obama wrote.
“He is a student at the College of the Holy Cross, and I’m a professor.
So we’ll see what happens.
Bush’s portrait is in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, a $3 million art installation. “
The students’ portrait of Bush is now a national treasure.
Bush’s portrait is in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, a $3 million art installation.
Bush, a former president, said in an interview with ABC News last year that he loves his portrait of the former president.