Washington DC - "He's already carved a name for himself as a painter of dogs," one of the curators at the Smithsonian commented this morning hinting at Dubya's portrait of Monica Lewinsky who the ex-President recently caught in oils on canvas.
Now Dubya's latest masterpiece entitled 'Nude Redhead' is to go on show at the Smithsonian in a flurry of publicity about the ID of his red setter - uh, sitter! - rumored by some to be beleaguered ex-NewsCorpse CEO Rebekah Brooks.
A companion portrait of an Old Gloucestershire Black Spot sow will hang side by side in the forthcoming exhibition that pairs Bush's dumb animal paintings with more sophisticated subjects, 'like Tony Blair'.
Commissioned by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the piggy pic is said to be of her favorite home counties porker on whom HM recently bestowed the Ordure of Merit.
Another of Dubya's semi-naked pictures is of a much younger Bianca Jagger, mother of Bush's Ecuadorean bastard son President Rafael Correa and widely regarded eco-trollop from the same human frights stable as Kerry Kennedy.
Curators are eager to pair that portrait with Dubya's original depiction of ex President Bill Clinton's old White House pooch, Buddy - a chocolate Labrador 'who loved to get down and get dirty'.
Catch the exhibition's opening on December 1st.