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Johnny Depp makes over $3.6 million after launching art collection

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In addition to acting, Johnny Depp he found another way to earn a lot of money: exhibition of his own arts. the actor of Pirates of the Caribbean earned more than US$ 3.6 million, approximately R$ 18 million, after launching an art collection, according to information from the British newspaper The Sunday Times.

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depp premiered 780 canvases in the gallery Castle Fine Art in London, England, which sold out “almost immediately” after going on sale last Thursday, 28. Entitled Friends & Heroesthe collection has portraits of artists such as Bob Dylan, Elizabeth Taylor, Al Pacino and Keith Richardsall sold individually or together.

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[Johnny Depp focou em] people he knew well and who inspired him as a person,” the gallery said of the collection.

“Each image is an intimate reflection of your character in the eyes of Johnny; a portrait of how they revealed themselves to him,” continued Castle Fine Art. “From your dear friend Keith Richardswhich inspired the mannerisms of the infamous Captain Jack Sparrowa Bob Dylanwhose creative influence on the artist is seen in his vivid and immortal portrait of Johnny.”

It is worth noting how each limited edition was listed on the internet for US$ 3,973 (about R$ 20,000), while the complete set cost US$ 15,040 (about R$ 77,000). “I have always used art to express my feelings and reflect on those who matter most to me, such as my family, friends and people I admire,” he commented. Johnny Depp in a statement shared by the gallery.

My paintings surround my life, but I kept them to myself and limited myself. No one should ever limit themselves.

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