“This piece was found at an auction in South Jersey — I got it for two bucks. We thought it was a watercolor, but we couldn’t tell because of the UV glass,” said the boy. David confirms his speculation, saying that it is indeed a watercolor painting.
So, as the young boy sits opposite David, they discuss the purchase as well as his passion for buying and selling items. Then, the boy is asked to estimate how much he thinks the painting sitting before him is worth. His guess? Not nearly as much as the true value!
You see, this painting was created by Dutch artist, Albert Neuhuys, in the late 19th century, and it turns out that it is worth quite a pretty penny.
Learn the true value of this piece of artwork in the video below, and take a look at the young boy’s face when he hears the amazing news! It’s absolutely priceless!