Inverted Murdoch

Artist Geoffrey Raymond poses with his painting of News Corp's CEO Rupert Murdoch, titled "Inverted Murdoch", in front of the NewsCorp building in New York in this August 3, 2011. Raymond, famous for his paintings of troubled Wall Street figures, has found his next muse in MF Global Holdings Ltd's Jon Corzine. Raymond told Reuters on November 3, 2011 that, after news broke of the former New Jersey governor's fallen firm, he went back to his studio in Troy, New York, painted a fresh coat of primer over an initial sketch of Bank of America Corp's Ken Lewis and now plans to use that canvas to paint Corzine.

( Brendan McDermid/Reuters )

Artist Geoffrey Raymond poses with his painting of News Corp's CEO Rupert Murdoch, titled "Inverted Murdoch", in front of the NewsCorp building in New York in this August 3, 2011. Raymond, famous for his paintings of troubled Wall Street figures, has found his next muse in MF Global Holdings Ltd's Jon Corzine. Raymond told Reuters on November 3, 2011 that, after news broke of the former New Jersey governor's fallen firm, he went back to his studio in Troy, New York, painted a fresh coat of primer over an initial sketch of Bank of America Corp's Ken Lewis and now plans to use that canvas to paint Corzine.

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