Two paintings of superstar dancer, Michael Flatley, which he makes by tap dancing on canvass, has sold for €77,500 and €44,000 each at an auction in Dublin.
2 of dancer's feet-made paintings sold for €120k
Two paintings, created by Michael Flatley with his feet, were sold for €77,500 and €44,000 each at an auction in Dublin.
The paintings which were shown on the last Friday episode of 'Late Late Show', received negative response from viewers.
One of the tweeters stated that no one can pay 70k for the painting.
The two paintings which were auctioned at Morgan O'Driscoll's Irish and International Art auction in Dublin, made over €70k as they were sold for a total of €120k.
According to the auction's website, his two paintings 'The Power' and 'Flight of the Quetzal', sold for €77,500 and €44,000 respectively.
While the Lord of dance star is smiling to the bank, renowned artists Louis le Brocquy, Dan O'Neill, Tony O'Malley, Camille Souter, William Crozier and Hughie O'Donoghue had none of their works sold.
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