No. 61: The Death of Marat. He'd been taking a swipe at French Classicism recently. His latest foray into that august territory was his version of Jacques-Louis David's La Mort de Marat from 1793. He used an old packing crate for Marat's bathtub, and persuaded his least favourite art critic, Wolf Blitzkrieg, to pose as the unfortunate Marat--a wry bit of wishful thinking.

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