George bush, who painted around the world with glitter paint in the 1930s, died at his home in Sydney on Saturday, aged 98.
The painter’s last public appearance was in 1959 when he visited a friend’s house in Perth.
Mr Bush died from pancreatic cancer.
“It was a wonderful time,” Mr Bush said.
“This was the most fun I had all my life. “
“The family came in and greeted me with the usual greetings, but I was not surprised by the number of people who came up and asked me questions. “
“Everyone was very kind, and very respectful.” “
Mr Bush also had a long association with Geelong artist and former prime minister Robert Menzies. “
Everyone was very kind, and very respectful.”
Mr Bush also had a long association with Geelong artist and former prime minister Robert Menzies.
Mr Menzys painted the iconic “Menzies” in the Melbourne suburb of Swanston Street in the 1950s and 60s.
He was one of Mr Bush’s close associates, and Mr Bush even painted a portrait of the prime minister at a party for Mr Menzenys in the 1980s.
Mr Trump said the painting had been a lasting influence on Mr Bush.
“The painting was a lasting one for me, but it wasn’t the only one,” Mr Trump told the ABC.
“He used to say to me, ‘George, you know how it is when you paint a wall and then you have to put in the water’.”
It was the water, the water was a very important thing for him.
“Mr Trump also paid tribute to Mr Bush and said he was “not a big fan” of the modern-day glitter art style.”
George Bush was a great artist, but he was very much a modern man,” he said.”
He was a bit of a bit player, he was an actor.
“I like to think that we have a good man today, and I believe that George Bush is a great man.”
Mr Menzie said he had been painting “a lot” of modern-art objects.
“Gee, I can’t tell you how much I admired George Bush’s work,” Mr Menzee said.