UK prodigy painter hits world stage

Dubbed "mini Monet", seven-year-old's art show reaps huge profits and critical acclaim.

    He has been dubbed a ''mini Monet'' by media in the UK and now Kieron Williamson, a seven-year-old prodigy painter in the eastern county of Norfolk, has gained global popularity.

    Groups of fans have flocked to the county to attend Williamson's recent exhibition, which was held in his humble UK home. 

    And in less than half an hour, his paintings were sold for thousands of dollars.

    Al Jazeera's Emma Hayward reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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