Man: God's Masterpiece

A number of years ago an Army officer, while in Italy, picked up an old painting in a junk shop. He paid twenty-five cents for it. Later it was found that his purchase was the work of Jean Baptiste Greuze, an eighteenth-century French master. He sold the painting to a Roman museum for several thousand dollars.

Nothing had to be done to this painting to change it from a junk object into a valuable work of art. No additions or changes or improvements were made. It was a work of art from the moment the last brush stroke had been made on the canvas by the artist.

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