Painting As A Pastime

Painting As A Pastime

Painting As a Pastime

The perfect antidote to his 'Black Dog', a depression that blighted his working life, Churchill took to painting with gusto. Picking up a paintbrush for the first time at the age of forty, Winston Churchill found in painting a passion that was to remain his constant companion. This glorious essay exudes his compulsion for a hobby that allowed him peace during his dark days, and richly rewarded a nation with a treasure trove of work.

About the Author
Winston S. Churchill was a prolific writer, receiving the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1953. He is best known for his historical and political works.

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