Mini Monet Causing Quite a Stir Among Art Collectors

Headlines state: “Boy aged seven makes £150,000 in 30 minutes by selling his paintings”, “Painting Prodigy: Kid’s Art Sells for More Than $200000“, “Pint-Sized “Mini Monet” Cashes in at New Exhibition“, “How seven-year-old ‘mini-Monet’ made £150000 in half an hour.”

Kieron Williamson’s  paintings fetch thousands and attract buyers from all over the world.

Kieron Williamson, 7 year old art prodigy

The astonishing sale attracted buyers from as far as Arizona, New York and South Africa, with others bidding by telephone from around the world in the hope of securing an original.

One couple from Philadelphia camped for two days outside the gallery in Kieron’s home town of Holt, Norfolk, to make sure they did not miss out when the third exhibition of his work opened on Friday morning.

Impressionist Painting of his native Norway

Gallery owner Adrian Hill said: ‘Kieron has probably become one of the most collectable artists currently exhibiting worldwide. He’s impressionist without being too abstract. ‘He is years in advance of where he should be.’

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1299399/Kieron-Williamson-makes-150-000-30-minutes-selling-new-batch-paintings.html#ixzz0vU1p1JR3

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