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# This famous statesman sold 18 canvases to Hallmark Cards for reproduction on greeting cards. Who was he?

Question #79026. Asked by hidoll. (Apr 17 07 9:30 PM)

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Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965)

In 1950 Churchill sold 18 canvases to Hallmark cards for reproduction on greeting cards. The proceeds were donated to Churchill College, Cambridge.

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 Apr 17 07, 10:21 PM

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