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July 14, 2021

I used to think that the key to getting big bucks for your art work was to die, but apparently, being the son of a President does the trick just as well. Hunter Biden’s masterpieces are reportedly for sale for up to $500,000. This is allegedly ethical because anyone who shells out those bucks will remain anonymous. And if you believe that, I have a slightly-used Rembrandt I’ll sell you for 25 bucks.

At this link, some actual art experts assess Hunter’s work for its true value. Let’s just say it’s considerably less than $500,000, unless you’re really desperate for something with colors that match your sofa.

I like the observation that its value is similar to that attached to a “sweater worn by Kurt Cobain.” I imagine Hunter’s paintings might also include traces of the same valuable substances that you’d find on Kurt Cobain’s sweater.

The good news is that you don’t have to be a President’s son to land a plum job that other people can only dream of landing. You can also be a Vice President’s step-daughter.

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  • mandm71

    07/14/2021 07:44 PM

    Usually, Art institutes have a showing to draw people to a show for sales, so where are the showings going to be? Anyone?

  • Sandra Thompson

    07/14/2021 03:34 PM

    Typical of Joe's self-absorbed nonsense, Little Joe (Hunter) is looking for the easy and fast way out by deciding he can create art. I have seen NOTHING OF ARTISTIC INTEGRITY. He produces schlock. There is ABSOLUTELY NO TALENT there. I'm sure he'd say, yes, but people have paid me $500,000 for my "artwork." He must know who those people are and probably within he knows they're buying his father's name, and not the pleasure in owning a Biden. It's the children's book titled "The Emperor's New Clothes" all over again (It's a classic if the Democrats haven't nixed it to protect their image.