I really don’t get the idea of paying millions of dollars for classic artworks, when you can just as easily get nice paintings for $60 to hang on walls.
It would’na hang at my place nor any place I’d care to go. Proves the old saying that “some people have more money than sense”.
It’s how the elite move and launder money.
I thought it was the first person to come across a drowning victim in his pool.
The background valley image looks nice. Would make a nice 1000 piece puzzle.
Concur. Looks really gay.
Its not my taste, but he gets half credit for creating a painting where people are depicted as recognizably human. It at least isn’t more abstract, symbolic BS.
The "ah-h-ht wuh-h-hld" is a strange and frequently creepy place with a byzantine pecking order; never drop a bar of soap if you happen to get thrown in it.
Looks like a screen grab from a cheap video game.
I agree. Man in pool with teenager/boy watching makes me think a member of nambla was the purchaser. Also believe the the two tall background trees are symbolic.
Wow. How amateurish. I love how he didnt even cover his lines on the green hill on the left. There is almost no detail in the background. The figure standing is in a very unnatural position. There is no detail on the figure in the pool. The lighting doesnt seem right. C+ in a high school art class. The purchase of this painting shows an absurdly extreme example of a lack of discernment. The artist is terrible.
Miss me with that gay sh*t.
They misspelled “hackney.”
Homoerotic? Isn’t that a bit of a stretch? I had to go back and look at it, but even on second look I don’t see that. I also don’t see what’s worth 90 or so million—or even 1. I’m sure I just don’t understand.
There really is no accounting for the ridiculous sums too many folks pay for “fine art” other than the extreme envy a bidder will have if, and when, it is sold to someone else. The dollars spent cannot be said as an idicator that any of the pieces are “better” in an artistic sense or even are more enjoyable to more people. All of it is in the eye, and desire, of the individual.