Winston Churchill and the Emerald Lake Painting - 1929
In the summer of 1929, Winston and his brother and their two sons toured North America by train. Every few days Winston presented a speech to sold out crowds and when they got to the mountains they took a few days of recreation.
This presentation tells the story of how one of the Churchill paintings, done in the Rockies, returned to Canada. It involves stories about his painting, of course, but also his interest in the oil industry, his cigars and how he ended up in New York City on the day the stock market crash happened.
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