Treasure trove of paintings by ‘female Picasso’ loved by the Queen Mother are uncovered in abandoned garage in London
A TREASURE trove of royally-approved artwork found in a lock-up garage after 17 years is expected to raise an “unlimited” fortune.
Shockwaves have been sent through the global art world after the discovery of 68 paintings by late Brit abstract star Sharon Gee – dubbed “the female Picasso”.
Among fans of her unique style was The Queen Mother, who requested one of her Impressionist-style daubs ‘White Lace’ for the private Royal Collection.
The artist’s known paintings are held by individual collectors and corporate institutions including the Rugby Football Union, who hung her bright red ‘The Rose’ artwork at its Twickenham hub.
She was lauded in dozens of gushing reviews in respected publications including The Sunday Times Culture magazine and leading art periodical, ARTnews.
In 2019, at an exhibition of her ‘last few paintings’,