Attention Art Lovers And People Looking To Hedge Their Bets: Get Your Mathew Martoma Today

Geoffrey Raymond, Wall Street's artist in-residence, who's done everyone from Jimmy Cayne to Jamie Dimon to Lenny Dykstra to Ina Drew, put his paintbrush to the canvas over the weekend and came up with this: "Portrait of Mathew Martoma, In The Manner of Roy Lichtenstein," which is apparently supposed to be an homage to "Drowning Girl." As this one might become a collector's item, and animals in formaldehyde aren't going for what they used to, consider making him an offer tout de suite. Bidding starts at 10K.
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Geoffrey Raymond, Wall Street's artist in-residence, who's done everyone from Jimmy Cayne to Jamie Dimon to Lenny Dykstra to Ina Drew, put his paintbrush to the canvas over the weekend and came up with this: "Portrait of Mathew Martoma, In The Manner of Roy Lichtenstein," which is apparently supposed to be an homage to "Drowning Girl." As this one might become a collector's item, and animals in formaldehyde aren't going for what they used to, consider making him an offer tout de suite. Bidding starts at 10K.

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