English teenager Kieron Williamson paints his breathtaking landscapes in the style of French impressionist master Claude Monet. The highest price a work by the 14-year-old artist has fetched so far is 50,000 euros.
The professor of contemporary art is the first winner of the prestigious award to be aged over 50. Her paintings, prints and installations deal with "pertinent questions of personal and political identity."
The former British prime minister not only wrote Nobel Prize winning works, he also found time to paint. His last oil painting, "The Goldfish Pool at Chartwell," sold for nearly five times more than expected.
We've bought notecards and posters with his motives, but what makes the works of Impressionist Claude Monet so accessible? A show of his works in Switzerland sheds light on the talent of the French master.
Some artists seem not to be content finding success in only one area. It's fairly common for some performers, especially pop musicians, to paint in addition to their music. One such artist: Paul McCartney.
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