The painting bought from the shop for Rs 332 was auctioned for Rs 1.58 crore, the painting that was hanging in the house for a long time was going to the store to be thrown away.
Edited By Anu Malhotra,Updated: 21 Sep, 2023 12:37 PM
Painting expresses our imagination through thoughts and feelings. Paintings give a new form to our imagination. A surprising case came to light regarding these paintings.
National Desk: Painting expresses our imagination through thoughts and feelings. Paintings give a new form to our imagination. A surprising case has come to light regarding these paintings.
Actually, a woman from New Hampshire, England shared the photo of an old painting lying unused in her house on social media. After this, when he came to know the truth about that painting, he was shocked. The woman came to know that the painting which she thought was trivial was worth crores.
You will also be surprised to know that the painting which was bought from a New Hampshire thrift store for only $4 (Rs 332) is actually worth $191,000 (Rs 1.58 crore) which has now been auctioned.
Actually, according to experts, famous artist N.C. This painting by Wyeth was long lost. This was a masterpiece. The painting, titled Ramona, was one of four paintings created by the Pennsylvania-based artist for the 1939 edition of Helen Hunt Jackson’s 1884 book Ramona.
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The painting depicts an orphaned young woman struggling with her stepmother. Auction house Bonhams Skinner said experts had considered the painting lost, but were shocked when it was found in the possession of a New Hampshire woman. The woman said that she had bought this painting from her local Savers Thrift Store for $4 (Rs 332) and it was hanging in her house for a long time and now she was going to throw it in the store room. But before this, the woman posted its picture on Facebook, after which its entire secret came out openly. He was then urged to contact the curator at the Brandywine Museum in Chadds Ford, PA, and a former Wyeth curator in Maine named Lauren Lewis.
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