Connecticut mechanic Jared Whipple (United States), Rescued hundredsArtwork Discovered by one of his friend Dust bin Abandoned barn. After four years of research, it was revealed that these paintings were by the famous Francis Hines Artist The American who died in 2016 and is especially known for packing many New York monuments, including Washington Square in the 1980s. Daily MailBroadcast by Capital.
According to Museum Superintendent Peter Hastings Polk, the finds are worth tens of millions of dollars. Some of them in particular seem to be covered with the same white polyester fabric that Francis Hines used for his “freezes”. Each of these would be worth about $ 22,000. Other drawings, including car parts, are the artist’s exotic item, meanwhile each can sell for $ 4,500.
For sale soon
After discovering the origins of these works, Jared Whipple contacted the artist’s family. The latter authorized him to keep and sell paintings. With the help of Jonathan, son of Francis Hines, the first exhibition was held at the Mattadoo Museum in Waterbury (Connecticut) from September 26 to November 21, 2021.
35 to 40 of these works will be on display from May 5 to June 11, 2022 at the Hollis Dagart Art Gallery in Southport (Connecticut) and the Chelsea District in New York. These works will go on sale this time around with the aim of promoting the work of Francis Hines around the world.
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