They say that art is subjective.
That’s a fair point I suppose.
However, it might be going a bit too far to say that the art of one Hunter Biden is greater than that of say Pablo Picasso?..
According to the price tags on Hunter’s art, that’s the case though.
New York Post columnist Miranda Devine told Fox News host Tucker Carlson that some of Hunter Biden’s art is selling for a greater amount than that of Picasso’s.
In fact, some of Hunter’s “art” is selling for $100,000 MORE than a signed Picasso piece!
This begs the question…
Who is buying Hunter’s art?
Fox News reports on Hunter's expensive artwork:
Some of Hunter Biden's paintings are more expensive than Pablo Picasso's, New York Post columnist Miranda Devine reported Tuesday on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."
"You can buy a Picasso, a signed Picasso, for $400,000, which is cheaper than Hunter Biden's $500,000 paintings," she said. "So I think possibly that the people who are paying insane prices for Hunter Biden paintings are not really doing it for the art."
Devine told Carlson she was turned away from Biden's Soho art show for not having an appointment despite her email to make one with gallery owner Georges Berges going unanswered. After being denied entry, she "went across the road" to the Martin Lawrence Galleries where she discovered paintings by Roy Lichtenstein and Picasso, the latter of whose work she found to be less costly than Biden's.
Some of the art is selling for $100,000 MORE than a signed Picasso
Strangely, despite Hunter's art allegedly being worth more than Picasso's, nobody appeared to turn out for Day 2 of his art show on Sunday.
More on that from our friends at the New York Post:
A mere three potential buyers looked over Hunter Biden’s pricey paintings during Day 2 of his New York City show on Sunday — as the gallery owner said he’s unsure whether he’ll throw a party to celebrate the novice artist and presidential scion.
Several would-be viewers were also denied admission to the Georges Berges Gallery in Soho amid the admittedly soft launch of Biden’s Big Apple exhibition, which followed a controversial Los Angeles opening attended by guests including Mayor Eric Garcetti, his dad’s nominee for ambassador to India.
“You’re not going to see much of a crowd today,” gallery owner Berges said Sunday.
When asked if there would be a formal opening of the show, Berges said, “I don’t know.”
The Post reported earlier this month that the gallery was using a team of lawyers to vet anyone who wants to see the show, with a source saying there’s “a whole process to get in.”