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Schoolboy dubbed 'Mini Monet' sees his earnings soar to £1.5million after his latest 23 works sell for £250,000 in under 20 minutes
- Kieron Williamson, 10, has seen his lifetime earnings soar to nearly £1.5m
- The talented artist sold 23 of his paintings for a total of £242,095 last Friday
- Another sale will be held this Friday - with his artwork likely to sell in minutes
A primary school art prodigy has seen his earnings soar to £1.5million – after the latest sale of his work raised almost £250,000 in just 20 minutes.
Ten-year-old Kieron Williamson, known as the ‘mini Monet’, has gained international renown since he began painting landscapes on a family holiday five years ago.
A sale of a collection last summer took his earnings past the million-pound mark.
Proud parents: Ten-year-old Mini Monet Kieron Williamson next to a work in progress on the Norfolk broads with his mother Michelle and father Keith
A millionaire: Kieron Williamson, 10, has seen his lifetime earnings approach £1.5million after a collection of 23 paintings sold for a total of £242,095 last Friday
Inspiring: Kieron Williamson has stunned the art world with his incredible landscape paintings - at the age of ten
Advanced: Kieron is considered to be well beyond his years in his level of talent and has stunned art lovers the world over
The paintings sold for between £2,450 for a small watercolour to £30,000 for a winter snow scene near his home in Norfolk.
Kieron’s work first came on the market in 2009, when 19 of his paintings were sold for £14,000 in a sealed bid auction.
The earnings have allowed Kieron to buy a new house for his parents Keith and Michelle Williamson and also to invest in works by other artists such as English landscape painter L.S. Lowry.
Mr Williamson, 47, an art dealer, said: ‘Everyone in the art world reckons that his work has gone up a load of notches in the last year. Some of the bits and pieces he has done lately are just phenomenal.
‘We don’t put any pressure on him. He just paints when he wants to.’
On display: Kieron's latest collection of work will go on display at the Picturecraft gallery in Holt, Norfolk, before being sold this Friday
Latest work: One of Kieron's new original paintings of a snow scene near his home in Norfolk which went on display at the Picturecraft Gallery in Holt
Popular: Dubbed the Mini Monet, Kieron's next collection of paintings go on sale this Friday and are expected to sell within a few minutes
Future: Kieron has used his earnings from his paintings to buy a £150,000 house in Ludham on the Norfolk Broads which he plans to convert into an art gallery
'I have seen him evolve and there has been a measured improvement in his work over the last year. He now seems to have elevated himself to another level.’
Kieron will be home-tutored from next year so he can focus on painting. Another dozen of his oil paintings and watercolours will be sold this Friday and are set to go for £100,000.
(...)Most of his paintings are of landscapes around Norfolk where he has lived all his life and Cornwall which is his favourite holiday spot.
'Just a normal boy': In his spare time, and when he's not painting, Kieron loves to play football and other sports
Natural talent: Before picking up a paintbrush at the age of five, the only artwork Kieron had done was colouring in pictures of dinosaurs
Fan base: Kieron has fans all around the world with buyers of his artwork coming from as far afield as America, Canada and Japan
Career: Kieron Williamson finishes primary school this week and will be home-taught in future so he can dedicate more time to his painting
Striking sunset: The majority of Kieron's oil paintings and watercolours are of the surrounding landscapes near his home in Norfolk
Strong endorsement: A senior figure at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters described Kieron as the future of oil painting in the UK
Adrian Hill, the managing director of the Picturecraft gallery, said: 'Kieron’s paintings continue to be overwhelming and quite incredible.
'I have seen him evolve and there has been a measured improvement in his work over the last year.
'He now seems to have elevated himself to another level. There is more confidence in his brush strokes
'The recognition from art critics and fine artists is absolutely remarkable. A senior figure from the Royal Institute of Oil Painters who met him described him as the future of oil painting in the UK.
'People just cannot believe that he is producing work like he does and he is still only ten-years-old.'
Kieron’s work first came on the market in 2009 when 19 of his paintings were sold for £14,000 in a sealed bid auction.
Aspirations: Kieron hopes to display artwork by classic artists such as East Anglia's Edmund Seago and Alfred Munnings in his gallery when it opens
Starting out: Kieron's work first came on the market in 2009 and stunned the art world with 19 of his paintings selling for £14,000
Versatile: But some of his images are centered around city scenes rather than the countryside
Progressing: Experts say that Kieron's work continues to get better and better
Striking: Kieron will likely sit most of his GCSEs early - when he is just 13 or 14-years-old
Goal: Kieron's parents say he only paints when he wants to and is not interested in the money - he just wants to create work people like
Passion: Kieron sometimes paints for months at a time but will then have a break of a few weeks
In demand: Kieron's work has attracted attention from around the world with many fans camping out 48 hours ahead of his artwork going on sale to make sure they don't miss out