Interesting Question of the Day – 27 January 2016

This is a portrait of US President Bill Clinton done by painter Nelson Shanks after Clinton left the White House.

In this image released by the National Portrait Gallery, the portrait of former President William Jefferson Clinton, a 2005 oil on canvas by artist Nelson Shanks, was unveiled at the Smithsonian Institution's National Portrait Gallery on Monday, April 24, 2006. (AP Photo/National Portrait Gallery, Nelson Shanks)

Why is there a shadow towards the left of the painting?

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2 thoughts on “Interesting Question of the Day – 27 January 2016

    1. That’s it.

      After Clinton left, he put in a Monica sized mannequin wearing a blue dress to get the shadow right.

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