Trump has been the subject of some art criticism in recent months, especially for his controversial comments about the artistic legacy of the late President Barack Obama.
But one of the most recent pieces of art to receive criticism was a piece that depicts the portrait of President Trump.
The painting depicts Trump in a state of drunkenness.
It’s been circulating online as an “art” piece.
But the artist in question, a New Yorker photographer, was actually working on a photo project titled “Donald Trump: Drunk in the Head.”
The piece was painted in 2012 by artist Nick DiPaolo.
In it, Trump appears to be drunk in a bathroom mirror, staring into the camera.
Trump’s head is visible behind him.
“Donald trump, you are a fucking idiot, you can’t even read the title of this painting.
This is not art,” DiPaolos captioned a caption for the photo on Instagram.
The piece of art has garnered nearly 5,000 comments, many of which are critical of the president and his actions.
“This is not the first time art has been used to mock the Trump administration,” wrote one person on Instagram, a reference to the art critic Nick DiPaso’s previous piece called “Trump: Drunk In The Head.”
DiPaoli responded by claiming that the painting was actually a political statement.
“Trump is a fucking asshole, and it’s a political painting,” he said.
“It’s not art.”
The artist told The Daily Beast that he didn’t intend to offend anyone and that the art was not meant to insult anyone.
“I was just trying to capture some emotion in a political situation,” DiPap said.
DiPaoles piece, called “Donald Trumps Head,” was done by DiPaolis for the book of the same name by artist Mike Lai.
He said that the photo was commissioned by Lai to use in the book and that he intended to use it in the context of Trump’s presidential campaign.
He also said that his work is not a political piece.
“He’s never called me a fascist, a communist, or a racist, nor is it intended to be a political one,” DiPero said.
In an interview with HuffPost, DiPaolas said that he took his piece out of context, adding that he has no problem with art depicting Trump in various states of drunken intoxication.
“The artist’s painting was done to illustrate his work, and he wanted it to reflect what was happening in the presidential campaign,” DiPalos said.
When HuffPost reached out to DiPaolin to ask if he felt the painting reflected the political commentary in his piece, he declined to comment.
“There’s no way I could ever understand what the artist was trying to express, except to be honest,” Di Paoli said.
The Trump art piece has also drawn criticism from artists and activists.
“People are really taking it too seriously,” said Alexia Bienvenido, an art historian and director of the New York City Center for the Performing Arts.
“If you take it too literally, that’s not just insulting, it’s just an insult.
I think it’s more than that, I think the artist is trying to get the public to understand the situation.”
Bienvilos book, which was published in 2016, included a number of photos of Trump in states of drinking.
Bienvinos book is considered a classic in the field of American literature, with works by Ezra Pound, E. M. Forster, and George Orwell among its many titles.
Bierman, the New Yorker art critic, told HuffPost that DiPaola’s piece was a “perfect example of a painting that shows Trump’s most disturbing behavior, which is a complete and utter lack of empathy.”
Biermann added that it was a very “shocking” image, and said that many of his art critic colleagues and colleagues around the world had expressed concern about the art work.
“And it seems like there are people out there who think that painting is art.
I’m not saying they’re wrong.
I am saying it’s an artist’s art, not an art critic’s art,” Bierma said.
It was recently revealed that a number artists in the United States and around the globe have been accused of sexual harassment.
A report from BuzzFeed News found that the number of instances of sexual misconduct against artists increased during the 2016 election cycle.
“In all of the instances I was aware of, there were more incidents of sexual assault and harassment than there were instances of election-related sexual harassment,” Bienvina told HuffPost.
“But in this election cycle, I don’t think we’ve seen any evidence of that.”