Posted October 04, 2019 12:05:00 The wall-mounted paint on the wall in the kitchen of the house in Surrey, England, is selling for more than £8k.
The piece of artwork is made up of two pieces of wood.
The first is a white wall piece with a white background, and the second is a darker red and black colouring, painted brick fireplace.
The house has been in the family for decades, and it’s likely that a member of the family was responsible for the paint, which is currently valued at around £5,000.
“I love this house.
It’s so lovely, it’s so beautiful,” the homeowner told The Independent.
“It’s a nice home.
It has a great yard, a lovely garden, and all the nice things.
The paint is just fantastic, it just screams value.”
The house, which was built in 1777, was bought in 2014 and had been used as a guesthouse for several years before the painting was painted.
“The owner of the home has a couple of daughters, they have had the house for 20 years, so they’ve had it for a few years, and they’ve been quite keen to sell it,” the owner said.
“They’ve put it on a little bit of a pedestal, but I’m sure there’s been some other people who’ve been wanting to buy it.”
It’s been quite a long time.
They’ve been looking at it for ages and a lot of the time, they’ve thought, ‘Why would I want to buy a house like this?’
“The painting was sold at auction at the Sotheby’s on October 3, 2019, for £5.8k, which the seller paid for by selling the original painting.