Thanks Thomas for assigning to Ubuntu's Qemu which is correct in this case.
I know there are still issues reported by Locutus to look into, but this one 
seems expired.

I don't want to appear randomly closing bugs, so I verified with
something "old" which today would be Trusty. So there I ran.

$ pbuilder-dist trusty armhf create
$ pbuilder-dist trusty armhf login
$ apt-get install imagemagick
$ convert foo.xpm foo.png (file not there)
$ convert ./share/pixmaps/display.im6.xpm ./share/pixmaps/display.im6.png 
(Trusty)
$ convert ./share/pixmaps/display-im6.q16.xpm 
./share/pixmaps/display-im6.q16.png (Artful)

All working, so closing this old bug as invalid now.

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