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.
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 Arbuckle, playing the part of Trump in the 1918 sex romp “Fat men & Flat Women”, now lost to posteriority. Roscoe 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 Roscoe, 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.