11 year old Picasso style child prodigy exhibits at The Gallery Liverpool this Friday 11th June.
Hamad al-Humaidhan is an 11 year old boy who was born in Kuwait but currently resides in Bath.
He was a passionate supporter of Manchester United football team and the first painting he produced was of his idol Ronaldo, using Picasso’s trademark of bright colours and impressionistic forms.
He has had no previous knowledge of art history when he first picked his brush up but his painting of Ronaldo sold at Auction in Bath for £650.
Hamad’s style, bold lines, vibrant colours and disjointed, cubist forms have drawn inevitable comparisons with the paintings of Pablo Picasso. He has stunned the art world with echoes of the Spanish genius before having seen Picasso’s abstract pieces.
His first six piece collection was sold out before even going on show. The Gallery Liverpool is exhibiting further work by this young talented child.
at The Gallery Liverpool, Stanhope St.
12 – 25 June 2010
Private View: Friday 11 June 2010, 19.00 – 21.30
Art exhibition of local artists work, showing emerging and established artists featuring: Huw Lewis Jone, Kate Adamson, Hamad Walid Al Humaidhan, Cliff Sayer, Julie Dodd, Sue Lucine, Jane Adams, Paul Jones, Terry Kane, Kevin Staord, Susan Brown, David Brown and Steve Williams.