Johnny Depp sells his paintings for £3 million

Johnny Depp on Thursday bought a set of prints he created of Hollywood and rock icons for round £3 million by way of a UK gallery chain.
The 59-year-old “Pirates of the Caribbean” star has spent hundreds of thousands on a bitter authorized battle together with his ex-wife, the 36-year-old actress Amber Heard.
Depp wrote on Instagram on Thursday morning that the prints had been occurring sale on-line at Fortress Fantastic Artwork, which runs a community of UK galleries. The artwork retailer posted a photograph of Depp engaged on a portrait of singer Bob Dylan.

It stated that the gathering of prints known as “Buddies & Heroes” was “a testomony to these he has identified nicely and others who’ve impressed him as an individual”.

The gallery quoted Depp as saying: “My work encompass my life, however I stored them to myself and restricted myself. Nobody ought to ever restrict themselves.”

The works depict Dylan, the late actress Elizabeth Taylor, actor Al Pacino and Rolling Stone Keith Richards.

The gallery chain later posted a tweet saying that “Johnny Depp broke the web” and its web site had crashed on account of demand.

All of the prints had been marked as “out of inventory” by Thursday night. There have been 780 items of artwork.
Patrons paid £14,950 for a set of all 4 framed prints or £3,950 for a single print.

Depp in June gained an award of $10 million in a defamation case towards Heard in america, whereas she gained $2 million in damages after counter-suing.

Heard is interesting towards the decision of the jury trial, which was live-streamed to hundreds of thousands and featured lurid and intimate particulars concerning the former couple’s personal lives.

Depp beforehand misplaced a libel case towards the British tabloid The Solar in London in 2020 for calling him a “wife-beater”.

In one other artistic enterprise, the actor this month launched an album with English rocker Jeff Beck.
The document has been poorly reviewed by critics however broke into the highest 40 within the UK.—AFP

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