Even if Picasso or T.S. Eliot really said that, I'm pretty sure that this is not what he meant:
Something I painted a few years ago
Art from a recently released game called Tiny Bang Story
I'm still not sure how to react. On the one hand, the artist borrowed heavily from my art without credit or recompense. But on the other hand, they made it look like that. I should probably feel more bad for the culprit than anything. Not bad enough, however, to spare him or her the public ridicule he or she rightly deserves.
Update: Joe Olson points out that the kid in the image (including the hand on the shoulder, but not his eyes) appears to be modified from a picture by Kevin Keele. It's very strange---the rest of the art in the game looks pretty good and the artist here obviously re-painted everything him/herself. So why do such an ugly hack-job on this portrait?