Johnny Depp Sells Artwork For Millions And Wraps Tour With Jeff Beck: ‘Now We Rest


Johnny Depp has been busy since the conclusion of his defamation trial against ex-wife Amber Heard, as the star has landed a number of gigs. After the case ended, Depp jetted off to France to film La Favorite, in which he’s playing King Louis XV. One of the other high-profile projects that Depp lined up is an album, which is a collaboration with guitarist Jeff Beck. The two have also been touring together for the past few months. The tour just ended, though, and the actor is now ready for a “rest.” And it seems he’ll be doing so comfortably, as this development coincides with him selling some of his artwork for millions of dollars. 

The 59-year-old actor’s work went on sale this past Thursday and sold for the sum of $3.6 million, according to The Sunday Times. The news outlet reports that the Friends & Heroes collection, which features portraits of stars like Elizabeth Taylor and Al Pacino, sold out “almost immediately.” Castle Galleries announced the availability of Johnny Depp’s work just a few days ago. In the post, the company explained that Depp’s art “is a testament to those he has known well and others who have inspired him as a person.” You can check out the full message down below:



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