In this Sept. 14 2009 file photo, journalists look at Swallows 

In this Sept. 14 2009 file photo, journalists look at  Swallows The Poisoned Apple,  a work in which Portuguese artist Paula Rego revises the tale of Snow White, during a visit to the Casa Das Historias, house of the stories, a museum dedicated to Paula Rego in Cascais, outside Lisbon. Paula Rego is one of Portugal's most famous modern artists. She fled Antonio Salazar's dictatorship, which ruled over Portugal for four decades in the last century, and settled in London in the 1950s but her work still draws powerfully on Portuguese culture and her childhood memories around Cascais, a seaside town just ouside Lisbon. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)
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In this Sept. 14 2009 file photo, journalists look at Swallows The Poisoned Apple, a work in which Portuguese artist Paula Rego revises the tale of Snow White, during a visit to the Casa Das Historias, house of the stories, a museum dedicated to Paula Rego in Cascais, outside Lisbon. Paula Rego is one of Portugal's most famous modern artists. She fled Antonio Salazar's dictatorship, which ruled over Portugal for four decades in the last century, and settled in London in the 1950s but her work still draws powerfully on Portuguese culture and her childhood memories around Cascais, a seaside town just ouside Lisbon. (AP Photo/Armando Franca)
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