Kieron Williamson $200,000 Paintings: 700 people wait list

Whenever a seven-year-old child comes home from school and shows of a painting you have to pretend that you know what it is and smile and say that’s nice. However, the parents of Kieron Williamson do not have to lie, as their son is creating masterpieces that have fetched over $200,000.

Williamson who resides in Norfolk, U.K., has been dubbed “Mini Monet” by the British press as he shares the same impressionist style. According to JENNA BARNES from ABC news. All 33 paintings sold in just 27 minutes and managed to fetch $236,850.

Art collectors from all over the world came to the Picturecraft Art Gallery and were outside the doors waiting for them to open, a few were even camped outside for two days — just showing how popular these paintings are.

Collectors now await a new batch of paintings from Kieron, and there is said to be a 700 people wait list, which will only help to push up prices even more. These collectors must know that the child is very special and his work will become much more valuable as he gets older and better.

Written by Peter Chubb

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SJdeKokrobert lyleTracy Davis Recent comment authors

I would really love to get one of these, does anyone know how to get onto that waiting list?
please give me a message by mail:

robert lyle
robert lyle

On The Show tonight I watched Kieron's Mum say her son wanted them to invest his money in a house in Cornwall as a holiday home. Tell them NO NO NO. second homes are a sore issue in Cornwall and it's irresponsible to give credence to the idea

Tracy Davis
Tracy Davis

Such a refreshing story to read about! So happy for this child"s talent and parents must be so proud!!! Good news for once!!!

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