Not before time.
I heard that the bloke that owned the gallery had sold all his pictures
I heard he didn’t even choose what pictures they bought himself, and also that most of the best ones were on loan and didn’t belong to the gallery, and the best one, from Ireland, was damaged and nobody has seen it for a year, and he arranges them all in a weird formation anyhow, with four really big ones at the back of the gallery, but only one at the front of the gallery even though most customers want at least a couple there, including a really big one.
I think that’s a pigment of your imagination Belph.
He stored most valuable one’s in the basement
They were all forgeries anyway!