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Winston Churchill Painting: Angelina Jolie sold a unique picture for 9.75 million, know what is its specialty?

Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie has sold the painting at the ‘Tower of the Coutoubia Mosque’ in Christie, London, for 9.75 million. Before the auction, it was priced from 1.5 million pounds to 2.5 million pounds. Angelina always loves painting because of her love of painting, but this painting is considered to be quite bizarre in itself.

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The painting has been sold at the ‘Tower of the Coutoubia Mosque’ in Christie, London. At the same time, before this painting, Churchill’s most expensive painting was sold for 18 million pounds. In this painting, a 12th-century mosque of Morocco is shown at sunset with Atlas mountain.

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After the death of former US President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1945, his son sold the painting. After this, many people bought it. In 2011, it was bought by Angelina and her lover actor Brad Pitt, but in the year 2019, both of them separated. At the same time, this painting has been sold by the Jolly Family Collection here. But no information has been received about who bought the painting. The painting depicts the sunset over the largest mosque in Morocco, with Churchill showing President Franklin D. Roosevelt after the 1943 Casablanca conference. Upon which the allies agreed to the Nazi unconditional surrender. At the same time, Winston Churchill started painting when he was about 40 years old, after a failed naval attack during the First World War, he started painting.

Christie Nick Orchard, head of modern British art, said in a statement that this painting is Winston Churchill’s best painting because of Churchill’s personal importance to the subject, and it symbolizes his relationship with Roosevelt.

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