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This is a copy of an original piece of artwork of mine titled Claude and is part of the newspaper clipping series of artworks I am doing. This artwork is part painting and part collage. The news clipping reads as follows Dear Reader, Check this story out! That crazy dog named Claude Remember the one that was in this newspaper last week has lost his red ball again. A search by local townsfolk has been going on for the past two days and poor Claude is still no nearer to finding his red ball. Come on Claude, hurry up and find your red ball your constant whining is driving everyone in this town mad. If anyone finds Claude's red ball please phone the editor as a matter of urgency. Hey wasn't there some famous artist named Claude I've forgotten his last name, Ed.

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