Whenever there’s money there’s art. If you need to hide your art collection from a government or a pending divorce, seems there’s no better way than a shell corporation from Mossack Fonseca.
In the files we have found evidence of …blah, blah, blah… and enough art hidden in private collections to fill a public gallery.’
It helps that if you do sell your Monet, you can avoid paying tax on it.
This one proves that it actually can happen.
It can take some time, in this case about 3 years. However, the client is happy, I’m happy and it would have sold anyway.
Suggestions are always welcomed. Just that the daily grind, personal preference and commissions tend to take up most of my day.
I even got a nice message from the client with a photo of the painting in-situ, thank you!
90x90cm oil on canvas. It’s drying now awaiting its frame which will push it to 1 metre squared.
An impressive size and piece, if I do say so myself.
It can be found for sale on
This St Paul’s Bay, is signed 2011, and I’ve just gotten around to it again in 2016.
The original painting was composed of white, yellow and red in tints and tones (tints contain white, tones contain black)
And I wasn’t happy with it, it lacked a certain something.
Now I’ve added deeper red and three yellow glazes with white as well. The result is Vivid and now I’m happy.
Kind of wowish (according to facebook) 100x50cm oil on canvas, signed LeMakoo Valletta 2016.
I hope you like all this wonderful new work, all the best.
-- Michael Wright Artist www.lemakoo.com www.facebook.com/lemakoo -- Stunning modern original Maltese Oil paintings.