Connecticut mechanic Jared WhippleUnited State), has recovered hundreds ofArtistical works discovered by one of his friends in Garbage Abandoned barn. After four years of research, it turns out that these paintings are by Francis Haynes, a celebrity artist An American who died in 2016 and is particularly known for mobilizing several New York monuments, including Washington Square Arch in 1980, according to reports. daily Mailrelayed by capital.
The pieces found are worth several million dollars, according to an estimate by curator Peter Hastings Falk. Especially since some of them appear to have been wrapped in the same white polyester fabric that Francis Haynes used for his “wrapps.” Each of them will be worth $22,000. Other drawings, representing car parts, the subject of the artist’s fascination, can sell for $4,500 each.
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After discovering the origin of these works, Jared Whipple contacted the artist’s family. The latter allowed him to keep and sell the paintings. With the help of Francis Haynes’ son, Jonathan, the first exhibition was organized at the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury (Connecticut) from September 26 to November 21, 2021.
Between 35 and 40 of these works will be on display from May 5 to June 11, 2022 at the Hollis Taggart Gallery of Art in Southport (Connecticut) and in New York, in the Chelsea District. These works will be offered for sale this time, with the intention of promoting the works of Francis Heinz around the world.
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