'Mini-Monet': more paintings on sale

Norfolk schoolboy Keiron Williamson, dubbed the 'Mini-Monet' for his painting talent is expected to make thousands at the next sale of his paintings tomorrow.

Kieron Williamson sells latest paintings for a quarter of a million

Kieron Williamson painting on the broads in Norfolk
Kieron Williamson painting on the broads in Norfolk

The latest paintings by child artist Kieron Williamson have sold for over a quarter of a million pounds this morning.

A sale last Friday at the same gallery in Holt in Norfolk netted a similar amount. It means the ten year old's earnings from sales are now close to two million pounds.

Kieron, from Ludham in Norfolk, has bought property, art and even personalised number plates with the money. He finishes school next week as his parents will now home educate him.

Schoolboy artist sees his earnings soar

The schoolboy dubbed Mini Monet has seen his earnings soar to one and a half million pounds after his latest works have sold for £250,000 in just under 20 minutes. More paintings in another sale tomorrow are expected to fly off the walls too !

Meanwhile, his parents have been talking about the decision to take him out of school. Natalie Gray reports:

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More 'Mini-Monet' paintings to go on sale

Kieron Williamson

The ten year old Norfolk art prodigy dubbed the 'Mini-Monet' is expected to make thousands of pounds with his next sale of paintings tomorrow.

Kieron Williamson has already earned over a million pounds since he began painting on a family holiday five years ago. Kieron's parents say he will be home-tutored from next year so he can focus on painting. Here are some of his paintings going on sale tomorrow.

Holkham Solitude by Kieron Williamson
Winter Thurne
Boat Study
Winter Walk Staithe Road