With all the talk about the unusual nature of the new portrait of Barack Obama at the National Portrait Gallery, which is part of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., there’s one mistake the artist made that’s a doozy. See if you can spot it below:
Can we talk about how stunningly powerful it is to see a black man in a garden the way Kehinde Wiley painted Barack Obama?!
It dismantles so much and creates new visions of masculinity that black men rarely have the public permission to explore. pic.twitter.com/pwycHtbbDX
— Brittany Packnett (@MsPackyetti) February 12, 2018
Don’t see it? You may have an easier time if you ever watched the classic film, “The Princess Bride”:
Now do you see?
Have people already discussed how President Obama killed Inigo Montoya’s father? pic.twitter.com/DtvpXBOHz2
— Daniel Foster (@DanFosterType) February 13, 2018
There is something a little strange about all of this . . .
In the interest of finishing the subject, here are the classic scenes where Inigo Montoya (Mandy Patinkin) first explains the story of the six-fingered man and the climactic scene in which he finally confronts the man who killed his father:
Source : Dailywire.com