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George W Bush has turned his hand to painting. Here's his portrait of Putin

Should he give up the day job?

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THE FORMER US president has some time on his hands these days and has decided to dapple in a bit of painting.

However, he is not just doing landscapes, no, he has decided to paint some of the people he met while on the job, like Berlusconi, Blair and Putin.

The 67-year-old is taking his work very seriously and unveiled an exhibition of his work on Friday at his presidential library in Dallas.

The exhibition is entitled: “The Art of Leadership: A President’s Personal Diplomacy.”

What do you think, should he give up the day job just yet? Take a look at some of his other works of art:

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rtr3jzfd Another wall displays four different world leaders, including (clockwise from top-left) Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, former French President (2007-2012) Nicolas Sarkozy and former South Korean President (2008-2013) Lee Myung-bak. Source: Businessinsider

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