DALLAS (AP) – A former American president with a flair for art and painting will discuss an ex-British leader also known for his world influence and portraits.

George W. Bush on Tuesday night will be part of a Dallas program called “The Art & Leadership of Winston Churchill.”

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Organizers say the event, at the George W. Bush Presidential Center, will explore what made Churchill an effective leader and how those lessons can be applied to today’s issues.

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The evening will include an exhibit of a number of Churchill’s paintings. Bush will deliver opening remarks and unveil his own portraits of Churchill in conjunction with a panel discussion about the late British prime minister.

The sold-out event will be streamed live at bushcenter.org.

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