Thursday, November 15, 2007


“I once owned a painting that came to be worth a lot and sold it too soon…. Whoever paid millions for it can’t point, as I can, to where some drunk flung red wine at the canvas – I cleaned it with a damp face cloth.”
Rosemary McLeod, in 15 November’s Dominion Post, coyly describing the large McCahon banner painting A Question of Faith, that she once owned.