Most 11-year-old boys keep themselves busy collecting football stickers to complete their World Cup albums - but Kieron Williamson, from Norfolk, has rather more expensive taste.
The artist, dubbed Mini Monet, has been spending his earnings on a growing collection of Edward Seago paintings.
And now the youngster is getting the chance to exhibit his own work alongside that of his hero in his latest showcase.
Kieron shot to fame when he was just six years old and, with his paintings attracting hundreds of thousands of pounds, he has since become a millionaire several times over.
His latest exhibition at the Picturecraft Gallery in Holt features 40 of his own pictures and thirty by his hero.
Seago's skill at portraying landscapes and seascapes gave him a worldwide following and he is still hugely popular today.
But Kieron's pictures often sell for more - his latest works to coincide with this exhibition have already netted a cool quarter of a million.
To mark 40 years since Seago's death, Sandringham House is showing off its own collection of the artist's work.
Kieron was given the chance to go along for a private viewing - and ITV News Anglia's Natalie Gray went with him.
Click below to see her report.