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The big eyes of Margaret Keane
By Larry LeMasters If you like Amy Adams as an actress, chances are you saw the movie Big Eyes, a 2014 American biographical drama. The movie covered the relationship between American artist Margaret Keane and her second husband, Walter Keane, who, in the 1950s and 1960s, took credit for Margaret’s phenomenally popular paintings of children with big eyes. The movie focused on Margaret’s long battle to receive recognition for the paintings she created.