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King Phillip IV Of Spain Signs Autographs At The Met

Spain has produced some great artists: Picasso, El Greco, Dali, Velazquez, etc. All of these mofos went on to become famous and their art is now priceless. But before they started making mad bank, these artistes had to make a living someway, usually by working on less than awe-inspiring pieces. Velazquez, for example, made some extra dough painting portraits of old, rich dudes to pay the rent.

If you are like us, when you go to an art museum, your first thought is, “Who the hell is this dude in the poofy pants, and why should I give a crap?” Luckily, this week one of these old dead dudes showed up to sign autographs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. King Phillip IV, the King of Spain, spent most of a day last week signing autographs in front of his painting. Here is a video of His Majesty meeting his fans, until some a-hole docent makes him stop. He should have him put in the iron maiden.

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