Pigcasso, the pig rescued from a slaughterhouse and became an artist In 2016, he returned to the art scene with Abstract portrait of Prince Harry of EnglandThat sold for more than 60,000 MXN.
The author of this photo is Harry, he is pork Internationally famous, he lives in Franschhoek in the Western Cape, South Africa, and has his own art gallery.
This inquisitive little animal she was Save them from a slaughterhouse When I Was a Piglet by Joan LevsonFarm animal activist in Protected farm.
And recently he made one of his masterpieces, a drawing of a Prince Harry’s photo, Which was purchased by a Spanish collector, who is according to the pig owner “Big fan of Pigcasso.”
That painting was entirely from Prince Harry“, Lifson for local English media.
The work was drawn in just a few minutes, According to Joan, It is made on white canvas and painted in shades of orange, blue, green and yellow.
All the money this and everyone raised Business sold by Pigcasso It is used to prevent guests from Protected farm, His home, the caregiver explained to him.
Pigcasso, from slaughterhouse to fame
Pigcasso is named after the famous Spanish painter Pablo Picasso. His talent for the arts was discovered by his owner when he realized that the brush was the only thing he hadn’t eaten small pig.
So he decided to train the curious Animal, Using a positive reinforcement technique where animals receive nutritional rewards.
His work has been described as part of Abstract Expressionism by art experts and scholars. He currently has just over 160 works listed for sale alone website.
“Pegcasso It is no different from other pigs, it is intelligent, inquisitive and intelligent. The only difference is that he has a great talent when he paints. ” Joan Levson noticed during an interview.
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