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Artist aims to raise millions with giant canvas

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Artist aims to raise millions with giant canvas

Artist aims to raise millions with giant canvas

A British artist who partnered up with UNICEF and UNESCO looks to raise up to $30 million from selling what he says will be the world's largest-ever painting on a canvas, and donating proceedings to children's charities.


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Credit: HT Digital Content    Duration: 03:42Published