Graham Sutherland “Portrait of Sir Winston Churchill” / Mrs. Churchill 
 (In 1954, painter Graham Sutherland was commissioned by British Parliament to produce a portrait of the Prime Minister, which was presented to him on his 80th birthday. 
 Churchill himself did not like the portrait - he felt it depicted him as a querulous old man instead of the bulldoggish statesman who had faced down Hitler. His wife, Clementine, felt the same way, and upon accepting the work and shipping it home, she immediately hired workers to destroy it.)

Graham Sutherland “Portrait of Sir Winston Churchill” / Mrs. Churchill

(In 1954, painter Graham Sutherland was commissioned by British Parliament to produce a portrait of the Prime Minister, which was presented to him on his 80th birthday.

Churchill himself did not like the portrait - he felt it depicted him as a querulous old man instead of the bulldoggish statesman who had faced down Hitler. His wife, Clementine, felt the same way, and upon accepting the work and shipping it home, she immediately hired workers to destroy it.)

Christopher Schreck