In 2017, Jared Whipple got a call from a contractor friend telling him about large canvases with painted car parts he had found inside an abandoned barn. Whipple went to the location and found hundreds of artworks, covered in dirt and wrapped in plastic, and took them home.
They wound up being the work of Francis Hines, an artist known as “New York’s wrapper,” and experts say the collection is worth millions. Whipple has a small selection going up for sale next month, but he says he doesn’t plan on selling every piece he now owns.
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