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gkd_uk

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Toddler's £27,000 painting

Theatre director Sir Trevor Nunn paid £27,000 for a 'Damien Hirst' painting - that was reportedly made by a two-year-old.

Hirst claimed the piece, one of his "spin paintings", was a collaboration between his son Connor, two at the time, and Keith Allen's son Alfie, younger brother of Lily Allen, who was 10.

Allen, in his new autobiography, Grow Up, recounts the conversation between Hirst and Sir Trevor at the National Theatre in 1998.

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gkd_uk

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Re: Toddler's £27,000 painting

It's quite surprising how much people will pay for a painting. You could splatter paint all over a page and sell it for thousands :)
 

gkd_uk

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Re: Toddler's £27,000 painting

We could start something similar, lets hire a few toddlers and get them to start painting - we could be millionaires in a few months :) lol
 

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Re: Toddler's £27,000 painting

Now we find a talented young painter, groom him or her to paid for us and get him or her to sign: Tracy Emine :)

So we should become millionaires easily and boy a shinny toy for the young artist we are exploiting and send the real tracy emine a new bed :)
 

gkd_uk

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Re: Toddler's £27,000 painting

That's great

You do the research and planning and analysing and interviews.

I'll keep an eye out on the paint and paper :) :) We don't want anyone to run off with it :)
 

gkd_uk

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Re: Toddler's £27,000 painting

It's going to be a pleasure doing business with you - the perfect business partner :)
 
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