Title: She Came in Through the Bathroom Window
Material: Oil on canvas
This is not a portrait of President Donald Trump. I would never disgrace (one of his favorite words when he scolds) Him in such a way.
Regardless of the theme, I hope that the viewer has as much fun seeing any painting of mine as I had painting it. I call this Tickle-down Economics. So here is shown Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle, playing the part of Trump in the 1918 sex romp “Fat men & Flat Women”, which, unfortunately, is now lost to posteriority.
In this painting, Fatty vexes the Texaco night manager at Exit 45 by disappearing with the bathroom key for an hour and a half. Which bathroom has he infiltrated, the men’s or women’s? Whichever was available. You know he’s not a patient person.
The “Girl Before a Mirror” is a recurring subject in the anals of fine art, and you know Fatty, he’d rather have a mirror in front of him than the fuhrer’s melodeum, which he dropped and broke several years before this photograph was taken.
* Fatty Arbuckle was indicted for crushing a woman while having wild sex at a party in San Francisco, but he was acquitted. California is sometimes known to grade on a curve.