Maurice Chittenden in the Times Online: “When Sir Trevor Nunn, the theatre director, paid £27,000 for a painting he thought he was getting a genuine Damien Hirst. Then one night at the theatre he found out that he and his wife, the actress Imogen Stubbs, had bought a painting by two children aged 10 and two. The painting had been done by Hirst’s son Connor, who was two at the time, and his 10-year-old friend Alfie Allen.” Read more.
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