How Great Thou Art? Hunter Biden’s Art Work Is About To Go On Sale And People Might Be Ready To Spend A Fortune On It.

FILE - In this Oct. 11, 2012, file photo, Hunter Biden waits for the start of the his father's, Vice President Joe Biden's, debate at Centre College in Danville, Ky. In 2014, then-Vice President Joe Biden was at the forefront of American diplomatic efforts to support Ukraine's fragile democratic government as it sought to fend off Russian aggression and root out corruption. So it raised eyebrows when Biden's son Hunter was hired by a Ukrainian gas company. President Donald Trump prodded Ukraine's president to help him investigate any corruption related to Joe Biden, now one of the top Democrats seeking to defeat Trump in 2020. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais, File)

Hunter Biden is not exactly what you would call a starving artist. 

He’s getting ready to sell his “art work” and there is a very good chance people will be lining up to pay between $75,000 and $500,000 for the right to own one of his masterpieces. 

They must really love his work.

Or, are they looking for some sort of favor and influence by writing those big checks.  There’s a lot of people who think that is the case regarding the 51-year old who’s new side hustle is going to make him a fortune. 

A gallery in New York is getting ready to show and sell his work.  The White House is getting hit up with tons of questions about whether this is ethical.  According to White House press secretary Jen Psaki, it’s all good because Hunter could be the next Picasso. 

“All interactions regarding the selling of art and the setting of prices will be handled by a professional gallerist, adhering to the highest industry standards. 

That galleries is named Georges Beres, and he’s loving himself some Hunter Biden creations. 

Critics are bringing up little things like Hunter’s consulting work for a Ukranian gas company and other business dealings that some feel was an attempt to capitalize on his name. 

Fox News quoted a University of Michigan professor of Art History named Joan Kee, who isn’t moved by Hunter’s strokes. “I think it’s pretty obvious that Hunter Biden’s works would not sell for these kinds of prices were he not the son of the current sitting president. So that already sets up a potential conflict of interest.”

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