Skip to comments.Missing Picasso Spotted at Home of Former Philippines First Lady
Posted on 05/13/2022 2:53:29 PM PDT by nickcarraway
A missing Pablo Picasso painting was spotted at the home of the Philippines’ controversial former first lady — as she celebrated her son’s presidential victory, according to a former official familiar with the artwork.
Imelda Marcos — the widow of late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos — was filmed hugging her son, Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr., in footage that aired this week with the apparent long-lost masterpiece “Reclining Woman VI” hanging on a wall behind them.
The bombshell in the background was broadcast in a news segment by the local station TV Patrol Tuesday after Marcos Jr. became the country’s next president in a landslide victory.
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surprised they could find it with all those SHOES she collected!
I am no expert in art, but I think that may actually be a Hunter Biden painting. /s
This is not going to go well with the Philippines.
Marcos is apparently how you say Clinton in Tagalog.
The whole democracy thing hasn’t really worked out well for the Philippines.
Dang man, I thought Picasso died a long time ago. Was he beamed down on the same space ship as Elvis?
Xi Jinping is consistent in his tactics.
Covid has devastated Philippine economy since tourism dried out and that was a big thing there.
In the words of Raymond Reddington: “What are the odds?”
So she never had company in all the years since Marcos was in power? Ppl knew, I’m sure. They just didn’t wanna die prematurely, lol.
Reddington would connive a way to swap it with a fake.
Yamashita’s gold can fund a lot of things.
A fake perhaps?
Maybe the Isabella Stewart Gardner should send someone to take a look around.
Imelda Marcos!! The lady with 600 pair of shoes Awesome
I went to a Halloween party as her. I had a clear cellophane tote bag I carried a bunch of my shoes in.
And nobody’d know if Bong Bong didn’t “win”. Allegedly. Can you say Dominion? SmartMatic? His competition, VP Robredo, had Trump size crowds at every rally.
I wonder which is worth more$$$-the Picasso or the collection of 20-30 thousand pairs of famous-and some dead-designer shoes?
Lol. Hidden amongst the shoe boxes
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