Check out the woman-centric artwork Hillary Clinton has in her private collection
Bill and Hillary Clinton have two of Carole Feuerman's sculptures, according to the artist
May 10, 2016 6:30PM (UTC)
Carole Feuerman, a hyper-realistic artist who came of age during the early years of the Feminist movement, is best known for her lifelike sculptures of women, primarily clad in swimwear.
The artist has sold her works to clients such as Henry Kissinger, The Emperor of Japan and the Clintons, according to Feuerman's Curriculum vitae.
We caught up with Feuerman to talk about her artwork and she revealed which pieces she sold to the Clintons. Watch our video to find out.
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