The Beatles’ Painting, “Images Of A Woman,” Goes Up For Auction September 14

    Though it may not have been their painting skills that The Beatles were known for, fans are going crazy for a rare canvas painted by all four of the members while they were holed up in a VIP suite in the Tokyo Hilton in 1966.

    Each corner of the 30×40 canvas was painted by a different Beatle. They named it “Images of a Woman,” and gave it to the president of a Beatles fan club in Japan after it was completed.

    Though there is no official estimate from auctioneer Philip Weiss Auctions, according to Paul Frasier Collectibles, “The work was sold to a dealer in Osaka for approximately $191,000 in the mid-1990s and appeared again in 2002 on eBay, though it is not certain the exact amount it sold for. A Liverpool Echo report before the sale suggested that the painting might achieve as much as £350,000.”

    The auction, which also includes artwork by Frank Zappa and a jacket worn by Notorious B.I.G. will take place in Oceanside, NY on September 14.

    How much do you think the painting should go for? Let us know in the comments below!